Entries by Paul Anderson

Street Doctors Stepwise programme is recruiting

THEY ARE BLEEDING. WHAT DO YOU DO? What is StreetDoctors? StreetDoctors is a volunteering organisation with young healthcare students. We think young people have the potential to be life-savers in their communities, so we volunteer to teach you how to help someone who may be bleeding or who has collapsed. What is StepWise? StepWise is […]

,

Why not become a Digital Apprentice?

  Voyage is proud to announce it is teaming up with Phirst CV Digital to encourage our graduates access the world of work and unique opportunities for higher education. Our Digital Apprentice workshop takes place on Tuesday 19th March 2019 6pm – 8pm Hackney Community College Phirst Digital CV will set out how young people can […]

Voyage mentors, tutors and facilitator training day

Voyage is pleased to announce it has recruited a team of 10 facilitators and tutors who will be trained to deliver our unique Young Leaders For Safer Cities and Horizons programme as part of Voyages growth and expansion agenda. The training was delivered by Voyage lead Tutor Adetunji Adesoji, David Okoro and Voyage’s CEO Paul […]

Calling all young leaders – sign up here

If you wish to sign up to our Young Leaders for Safer Cities Course and you are in  year 9 or in year 10, simply complete the sign up form below and you will receive an invite to the course start day which is now 8th April 2019 for induction week which finishes on Wednesday […]

Climb Over project film

Voyage wishes to thank all the participants who attended Lithuania for 5 days (1st Feb – 6th Feb) to engage in our amazing EU collaboration project – Climb Over. Voyage chose to share this opportunity to share wider dialogue on the importance of engaging young offenders in youth work approaches with our partners from three […]

Join our respected team of Tutors, mentors and facilitators

Background Voyage is seeking to expand its work with young people to reach new areas across London. A growing demand for our services means that we need to increase the number of well trained tutors, mentors and facilitators we currently employ to teach on our (YLFSC or our Horizons) courses and know your Rights Workshops. In […]

,

Collaboration with Voyage and the Royal Society for the Arts

Voyage is proud to announce a specialist workshop with our partners the Royal Society for the Arts. We have partnered with the RSA as we both understand young black and ethnic minority/ majority men are more likely to be disproportionately impacted by this technology (for example, facial recognition technology) and welcomed an opportunity to explore the impact […]

Voyage volunteers support Wolves Lane Horticultural Centre

Voyage wishes to use this opportunity to thank our amazing partners at Ubele Initiative for welcoming us and facilitating and supporting our young leaders to act as Volunteers. Our volunteers arrived early to open up and launch the Wolves Lane Festive Market which took place on Sunday 9th December 2018. The Festive Market was a second […]

Wolves Lane Horticultural Centre launch event with Jhus

It was amazing to be part of an amazing project called the Wolves Lane Horticultural project in Haringey North London, Our young leaders took part in celebrating the centres fundraising achievements along side one of London top MCs Jhus. Jhus was an amazing and inspiring young man. He was so inspired by the work of […]

We are recruiting for YLFSC 2019 – Link for schools

Young Leaders for Safer Cities 2019 We are pleased to announce the launch of our Young Leaders for Safer Cities programme for 2019. We are now reaching out to schools and community organisations that may wish to refer young people age 14 – 15 years to our YLFSC Course, starting in April 2019. We aim to […]