Coast Youth Community Trust.
CYC runs a number of programmes both inside and outside the local schools. All our programmes are positive in emphasis, relational in nature and designed to help young people and families establish effective relationships while developing resilience. Through the programmes listed below we are able to continue strengthening youth, empowering families and building community.
WHAT WE DO.
24-7 Youth Workers
focus on five key outcomes.
Supporting students and staff
Complementing and enhancing the role of teachers through extra curricular activities an holistic support.
Building positive relationships
Between students, students and staff, and other significant adults like our youth workers.
Cultivating school spirit
Working alongside students, student councils, and staff in creating a safe and friendly environment where students enjoy their their time at school and develop a sense of whanaungatanga (good citizenship).
Encouraging and strengthening individual students in leadership roles.
Integrating students with suitable out of school activities
Safe opportunities for invitations to a full range of activities and significant relationships available in the community.
For More Visit: www.24-7youthwork.org.nz
Youth Service is a new approach to working with young people aged 16 – 18 years.
Youth Service offers guidance, encouragement and practical support to help young people find an education plan, training or work based learning that will best work for them.
The aim of this service is to encourage, assist and coach young people to overcome the barriers that could be preventing them achieving NCEA levels 1 2 & 3, enrolling in training courses or securing employment.
For more info contact:
Olivia Huszak | firstname.lastname@example.org | Youth Service Manager
Jack Lowe | email@example.com | NEET Youth Worker
Kylah Meafua | firstname.lastname@example.org | YP and YPP Youth Worker
Forward With Direction is an NCEA level 2 programme that is tailor made to help young people develop both life skills and educationally. Based in pull apart theory, young people learn by doing real world tasks in order to understand application of their learning.
"This course will change the way you see life as it teaches you so much more stuff than school does and it actually makes sense!”
Kylah is our Family and Youth Coach at CYC Trust. She understands life doesn’t always go according to plan and it can be overwhelming at times – sometimes being able to talk to someone can really help make sense of a situation. She's committed to come alongside you, listen to you and support you to make a pathway forward to where you want to be.