Enabling young people to succeed
YC Hertfordshire provides youth work projects and programmes, information, advice, guidance, work related learning, outdoor education and support for young people aged 13-19 (to 24 for young people with learning disabilities). For young people leaving care, support is provided to the age of 21.
We now deliver youth work projects and programmes, information, advice, guidance, work related learning, outdoor education and other services under the new name of YC Hertfordshire.
The new name reflects national developments and the diversity of projects and programmes delivered to children, young people and adults - in schools, colleges, Children’s Services settings and the community.
Our websites and materials will be updated over the coming weeks and months to reflect this change of name.
YC Hertfordshire is part of Hertfordshire County Council. Its Personal Advisers and Youth Workers are professionally trained to provide the highest level of support and work closely with partners to provide counselling, mentoring or access to other services.
YC Hertfordshire has a wide range of youth work projects across the county in which young people are encouraged to get involved. Through these projects they meet new people, learn new skills and take part in challenging opportunities. They are encouraged to develop their personal and social skills by taking part in activities including sports, drama, dance, music, workshops, outdoor education, DofE, forums, residentials and volunteering.
YC Hertfordshire can help young people with the issues which are important to them such as jobs, careers and education, relationships, sexual health, confidence, self-esteem, substance misuse, staying safe, housing and independent living skills.