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    #YouthWorkWeek is about celebrating the positive impact youth work has on young people.

    The week runs from 7 -13 November and provides an opportunity to celebrate youth work across the country. We are fortunate to have a fantastic youth team that delivers services to young people in Kent.

    Hermione is a Youth Work Apprentice and spoke about her experiences.

    "As a Youth Work Apprentice, I work with the team to create session plans and write out risk assessments for upcoming tasks and sessions too. After this we may go into schools with the team to teach the young people on topics around mental health and the young people’s wellbeing."

    "Once we've finished in the schools, we'll come back to the office to do some more work using the laptop, then we might go on 'detached', which is when we go to specific areas known for anti-social behaviour to speak to the young people in those areas. We ask them to share the ways that we can improve the area - maybe ask about what clubs that they'd want to see in the area."

    "This is rewarding as I know that I did not have this support when I was at school. It is great working with young people, and I enjoy the diversity of the work I carry out!"

    Ben, our Lead Youth Worker, shared how he makes a difference. To watch please click the link below. 

    To find out more about our youth services, please click here.



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