23 November 2021
Hertfordshire County Council’s Services for Young People has teamed up with the Swan Youth Project to support young people in Berkhamsted with mental health and resilience.
22 November 2021
The Broxbourne Youth Council has elected a new Youth Mayor for the borough, Ethan Yardley, and a new Deputy Youth Mayor, Adesola Adewale.
15 November 2021
Young people in the projects run by Hertfordshire County Council Services for Young People were supported to understand and connect with others across cultures during this year’s Black History Month.
09 November 2021
More than 70 young people from across Hertfordshire were recognised for their outstanding achievements at the Hertfordshire County Council Services for Young People Awards, which took place in events across the county during National Youth Work Week (1st to 7th November).
26 October 2021
A survey to share thoughts and ideas about activities and support for young people in Hertfordshire is taking place in November and December.
16 August 2021
Hertfordshire County Council Services for Young People (HCC SfYP) supported the organisation of and participated in the International Youth Day celebrations hosted by The High Sheriff at St Albans Cathedral on the 12th August.
09 August 2021
Young people who are due to find out their A-level and GCSE results this week can get the support they need from Hertfordshire County Council’s Services for Young People as they consider their future options for in education, training, apprenticeships or employment.
08 July 2021
Services for Young People held its 10th annual conference for careers leaders across Hertfordshire on 30 June. For the first time the conference was held virtually, enabling more than 120 delegates to attend.
07 July 2021
We are looking for musicians of all ages with talent, enthusiasm and credibility to deliver rap music workshops with youth workers. You will help to inspire young people to create their own music and divert them from involvement in gangs and serious violence.
27 May 2021
Do you have a multicultural background and live or go to school in Hertfordshire? If so we would love to hear your views.