Takeover Day is coming to the National Youth Agency! On Friday 21 November we will be handing over the reigns of all our social media to our youth work apprentices.
Last week the entire youth sector descended on the Copper Box in London for the biggest youth sector conference, Creative Collisions, and of course National Youth Agency were proud to be a part of it!
Two of the UK’s top youth workers have been commended for their outstanding work with young people at a ceremony in the House of Commons. Flavia Docherty and Sharon Mccauley received their Youth Worker Award at the National Youth Agency reception attended by young people, colleagues and parliamentarians. Receiving her award from NYA CEO Fiona
Youth Work Week 2014 was better than ever and we would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who got involved.
The Youth Work Foundation has made grants of £27k to help support youth workers to study for professional qualifications, it announced today.
This week is Youth Work Week. It’s the 21st year we’ve held it and it’s getting bigger every year.
Are you 16 – 22, based in the East Midlands and want to help advise, challenge and enhance the work of the NYA? We’re looking for 8 young people to join our Youth Advisory Group (YAG). YAG members get involved with a diverse range of activities at NYA, including: – Training & development (presentation skills,
Youth Work Week is a week long celebration of all things youth work. Now in its 21st year, it provides an opportunity for youth organisations, youth workers and young people to celebrate their achievements and the impact of their work. This year it runs from 3-9 November 2014.
Over 20 Members of Parliament have already committed to visiting a youth project with in their constituency for our annual campaign as part of Youth Work Week 2014.
In light of recent events, with the suicide of an international superstar and comedy and improv legend, Robin Williams and World Mental Health Day there will undoubtedly be thousands upon thousands of blogs popping up all over the internet about the topics of suicide, depression and celebrities. It’s broken my heart that one of my