The University of Ulster offers community youth work programmes at the Magee campus in Derry and the Jordanstown campus in Belfast. The following part-time programmes (undergraduate) are now recruiting for September 2013 entry on the Magee Campus:
· Certificate in Community Youth Studies (Magee): This one-year programme provides training at pre-vocational level. Attendance is one day each week. The course provides education and training for students in the concepts and methods of community youth work relevant to the needs of the young people from diverse backgrounds.
The Work 4U Youth Development Programme is a programme of activities to help young people overcome barriers, that stop them getting into education, employment or training, or make it difficult to stay in them.
The Work4U Plus programme will provide you with all the skills you need to get back into education, into employment, or training, explore community volunteering or start your own business; for more information call into Dunavil.
A group from KYC joined with Happy Faces to play indoor football on Friday.
The all girls team was Caoimhe, Eve, Ciarrai, Caoimhe Leigh and Caitlin and volunteers Eimear and Anne facilitated the trip
Tuesday 5 March 6.30pm Irish Dancing;
Wednesday 6 March 6.30pm Practical skills training session at JIMS with refreshments served, this is a follow up by JIMS to the Jobs Fair and offers CV writing, interview and job search skills, well worth a visit.
Thursday 7 March 6.30pm Irish Dancing; 8pm Basketball
Friday 8 March 6.30pm Indoor Football; 6.30pm Arts & Crafts; 7pm Come Dine with Me at JIMS
Saturday 9 March 12pm to 1pm Anne’s project Primary School age Indoor Football at Dunavil; 6pm Basketball Premier League Knights v Queens; 7.30pm Basketball Div One Knights v Rising Stars; 7pm Down v Mayo on Big Screen.
Sunday 10 March 2pm Band Practice
Monday 11 March 5pm Natasha Street Dance Project, interested or just curious then drop in, everyone welcome
Tuesday 12 March 5.30pm Indoor Football; 6.30pm Irish Dancing;
Wednesday 13 March 7pm Young Womens Group at Dunavil.
Thanks to everyone who helped with the Easter Fun Day at Dunavil which was a good success. Everything for the children was free and the cost was covered by tombola and raffle and tea and bacon butties and a car wash.
The KYC Board meets on average once every six weeks, without an active committee the youth club cannot continue, anyone aged 18+ willing to sit on the committee is invited to attend the next meeting on Tuesday 16th April at 7.30pm.