The Youth Services team provides outreach and activities for young people aged 12-25 years who live work or play in or around Belconnen. Activities are aimed at increasing resilience and developing skills that give young people opportunities to actively engage in their lives and their communities.
The BCS Youth Services team is based at the Belconnen Youth Centre. You can check out what they’ve been up to lately by visiting the Belconnen Youth Centre Facebook page.
Open Access is a dedicated time and a safe place for young people aged 12-25 years to hang out, grab a bite to eat, chat with a youth worker or engage in some of the many activities happening each day ...
The Youth Employment Pathways Hub offers one-on-one, tailored employment support to young people aged 18-24 years living in or accessing the Belconnen area.
BCS runs a School Holiday Program for young people each ACT Public School Break throughout the year at the Belconnen Youth Centre
The Youth Engagement team fosters close relationships with local public schools to best support young people. Trained Youth Workers facilitate a number of different programs at schools each term; all ...
Bit Bent is an informal group where LGTBIQ young people come together in a safe and supported space.
The Youth Engagement team facilitates a free Road Ready Course for young people aged 15-25 years who hold a current Centrelink Healthcare card and missed out on completing the course in high school.
This is a short term, goal focused program for at risk or vulnerable young people with medium to high needs who would like help to reach their self-identified goals.
Longer term case management and access to group activities for children, young people and families experiencing complex issues. These services assist them to develop their skills and access resources ...
Bungee is an inclusive resilience building program that promotes emotional wellbeing through the arts.
The Annual Yogie Awards highlight the exceptional commitment, talent and innovation that exists in the youth sector.
It’s Friday afternoon and a group of students from Kaleen High school are focused intently on former NRL Captain, Alan Tongue.