27 Oct 2010

Using social media to promote volunteering opportunities to young people

[Translate] Remember your first day at school or work? A huge spectrum of emotions and fears flooding though your head, heart pumping ten to the dozens, stomach in a knot and feet just not moving. Young people experience these same fears, which can prevent them from accessing opportunities which could help/enable... Read More
22 Oct 2010

The importance of capturing the ‘realities’ and humanistic elements of youth work sessions

[Translate] Social media creates opportunities to celebrate young peoples achievements, promote upcoming events and engage young people who may not have accessed your youth provision previously. Youth work sessions predominately are dynamic, creative, fun and engaging therefore capturing content for a social network site (profile/page/group) should not be an additional... Read More
3 Oct 2010

ENYAN – Online and Social Media Information Event for the Youth Arts Sector

[Translate] Thank you to ENYAN (http://www.enyan.co.uk/category/show/5) for the invitation to attend and present at the Online and Social Media Information Event for the Youth Arts Sector. ENYAN (English National Youth Arts Network) was launched in June 2006 and is a membership body designed to create connections throughout the diverse youth... Read More