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24 May 2018
Young people working with YC Hertfordshire, part of Hertfordshire County Council, launched a video at Hertfordshire Constabulary Headquarters on the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, to encourage the reporting of hate crime.
10 May 2018
More than 3000 students from across St Albans and Dacorum had the opportunity to watch an interactive play which explored issues of child sexual exploitation (CSE) and healthy relationships.
26 April 2018
More than 3,000 young people in Hertfordshire achieved bronze, silver or gold awards over the last year, under the YC Hertfordshire, part of Hertfordshire County Council, licence.
150 Year 10 students at Thomas Alleyne Academy are inspired and motivated by a YC Hertfordshire careers day
19 April 2018
On 15 March 2018 Hertfordshire County Council’s YC Hertfordshire delivered an all-day careers event at the Thomas Alleyne Academy in Stevenage.
17 April 2018
Members of the YC Hertfordshire West Hyde Youth Council were proud to hand over nearly £1,000 to staff at ‘Action for Children’ on Friday 6 April 2018.
04 April 2018
The Stevenage Youth Mayor has a unique opportunity to represent the views and opinions of young people and influence decision makers.
26 March 2018
Young people in Watford who are either living in care, or have recently left care, are enjoying taking part in an Independent Living Skills (ILS) course every week at YouthPoint Centre for Young People aimed at boosting their self-confidence and practical life-skills.
‘Embedding Careers – Inspiring All’ - YC Hertfordshire holds major event for careers education professionals
20 March 2018
On Wednesday 14 March 2018 Hertfordshire County Council YC Hertfordshire held its annual Information Advice and Guidance Conference. The event was attended by delegates from Hertfordshire’s schools and colleges. This year’s theme was ‘Embedding Careers – Inspiring All’.
01 March 2018
Young people from Hertfordshire who have been trained to disseminate key health messages to their peers have been spreading their messages even further.