New graduates and former participants of Wyndham City’s EYouth project will come together this month to celebrate their achievements as this two-year program draws to a close.
Wyndham’s young people will be spoilt for choice during the summer holidays with the wide range free of youth activities.
Wyndham City is seeking retail and hospitality employers to give young people the opportunity of employment, as part of the Fresh Start Employment Pathways Program.
Wyndham City Youth Services is helping to narrow intergenerational gaps between parents and young people in the Little River community to create stronger families and provide support to teenagers
Young people in Wyndham are being encouraged to participate in Wyndham’s Way Out West Youth Photography competition and exhibition.
Wyndham’s young people have access to a breadth of programs on offer at Youth Services Centres across Wyndham, and even more access with a new Youth Space set to open at Saltwater later this year.
Wyndham City is delighted that the Learner Driver Mentor Program has been funded for the next four years.
Wyndham City’s E-Youth Project is taking applications for its next free Information and Digital Media course starting on 23rd July at Werribee Campus.
Young people throughout Wyndham will have their stories told for the first time thanks to a new project created by a group of their peers.
Young people from African backgrounds in Wyndham will take part in a new film project that will challenge negative stereotypes and open up career pathways.