VOYAGE is offering 2 6 month internship/ work experience placements for ex graduates to assist the management of our Young Leaders For Safer Cities programme starting in August and the development of our new YBPA programme called Move on Up (MOU). Benefits include travel, lunch expenses, excellent travel opportunities to Wales for a fantastic weekend residential and a great CV to boost  education and job potential.

You will play a lead coordination role estblishing plans for our MOU programme as well as managing the delivery of our innovative young leadership programme for 2015. The YLFSC programme consists of a two day induction programme in Hackney in late August, visits to City university, 2 day residential in wales, participating in the training course and assistance for our graduation event in City hall in December 2015. We are seeking passionate, bright and committed young people so if this sounds like you simply send an expression of interest or just get in touch with Isata for more info.

Why not join us at our YBPA gathering this saturday 18th April 2015 in East Road off Old Street London N16AH at 2pm.

The YBPA session will be facilitated by David Okoro hosting sessions on various policy conversations and helping you to prepare for your next steps – be it college, university or the world of work.

David will be joined by Stacey Moore an Educational Psychologist conducting research on identity development. we will be paying travel expenses and providing lunch so we need to hear from you.

Please confirm your attendance to Giuseppe by email YBPA@voyageyouth.com

A text reminder will be sent on Friday and we are also emailing your parents. For any further information or enquiries kindly contact us admin@voyageyouth.com

were we aim to keep you connected whilst imparting important information that is designed to assist and progress your skills, abilities and confidence.

On behalf of our Trustees I want to you to help me welcome Giuseppe Vacarro our YBPA coordinator hailing all the way from sunny Brent. Giuseppe brings a huge amount of experience as a play, youth and community worker and is a qualified Football coach and first aider. Giuseppe’s main mission with us at VOYAGE is to network with our past and present graduates and link them to initiatives that help progress young people toward positive and progressive futures. Make contact with Giuseppe at YBPA@voyageyouth.com.

VOYAGE is in discussions with the Outward Bounds Trust Wales to explore long term relationship building and the synthesis of leadership and outdoor work. Great quality residential so why not check them out..

http://www.outwardbound.org.uk

Do you want to work for VOYAGE and get professional experience working within the charitable sector? If you are interested we are looking for our YBPA Alumni coordinator to build on the mighty foundations of Jonathan Patterson our current coordinator. click on link for more…

http://voyageyouth.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Ybpa-Alumni-Coordinator-Voluntary-JD2.pdf

Please find a way to support our charity which is doing great work with wonderfully inspired people for young people who want to transform our communities for the better. Check us out in the Voice.

 

 

Make sure you attend the Sounding Out London Wall of Silence Event hosted by our wonderful partners One Big Community. This huge event is organised by young people and takes place at City hall on Wednesday, 16 April 2014 from 13:00 to 15:30. Click on link for more info. Lets make a change together. See you there

http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sounding-out-london-wall-of-silence-tickets-10801384231

JOIN MINISTER HILARY MUHAMMAD AND OUR PANEL:
  • RASPECT FYABINGHI
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  • MINKAH ADOFO
  • ISIS AMLAK
  • KEN HINDS
  • MARLENE ELLIS
FRIDAY 28TH FEBRUARY 2014
TIME: 7.30 PM
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A community forum for progressive activity towards positive outcomes

Martin Nsiah has been appointed as BPACT Voyage CFO. Martin has performed all-round accounting and finance roles as Finance Manager, and line-managed five staff. Martin has managed funds from Chelsea FC Football in the Community project at Limbless Association and international

On behalf of the Board of Trustees and our esteem funders let us welcome Paul Anderson as the BPACT and the Voyage programme. Paul started running the Voyage programme in September 2013 and has three priorities for the charity: Restructure, Rebrand and Relocate.

Paul has over 15 years executive level management experience and was previously Head of Fundraising for the international charity AfriKids. Before that, for almost 10 years, Paul was CEO at national arts charity, the UK Centre for Carnival Arts. Paul is passionate about young people and brings a wealth of creative, fund raising and business thinking to the charity and we wish him well.