If you are looking for a meaningful job, a caring, progressive work environment and an opportunity to reach your fullest potential, consider a career with the YMCA.
We are looking to appoint a dynamic individual to join our Children and Young People’s team to deliver one2one key work and small group work as part of an Intensive Youth Support/Families First Programme.
The target group will include those in need of targeted early help intervention including those engaged in, or at risk of engaging in, antisocial behaviour, children and young people who are not attending school regularly or are disruptive in school, children and young people with emotional and behavioural difficulties.
http://bradfordymca.org.uk/about-us/vacancies-volunteering/Posted by Bradford YMCA Admin on Tuesday, 29 May @ 9:52
In May 2017 we started delivering Junior SAFEMARK transition workshops to Year-6 pupils about to move up to secondary school, Junior SAFEMARK workshops provide 11 year-olds with the skills and confidence to use public transport. At this stage in their life many young people experience public transport for the first time as they travel to their new school, or become more independent in their free time. Junior SAFEMARK workshops taught them how to read timetables, plan journeys and how to behave safely when travelling. In total we delivered 82 SAFEMARK workshops and supported 2644 children to improve their safety whilst travelling on public transport and feel more confident in their transition to secondary school.Posted by Bradford YMCA Admin on Monday, 24 July @ 9:38
Are you 16-17 and looking for something to do this October? Why not join our NCS programme…
Posted by Bradford YMCA Admin on Monday, 26 September @ 16:45
Bradford YMCA has two exciting courses starting soon that might be for you:
Our new Shaping Spaces programme starts this month. It is a 2 day a week free course (3 days if you would like to do more) lasting for 12 weeks.
Is this for you?
You will gain new skills
Access new opportunities
Build your confidence
Be involved in practical outdoor work
The course provides a stepping stone into training and /or employment. You will be working on land based projects around Bradford alongside experienced professionals
Qualifications & Training: There is the opportunity to be accredited for the practical skills gained through a Level 1 qualification in Horticulture
Are you 16 – 25 (we also welcome enquiries up to age 34)
Resident in Bradford District
Keen to work outdoors
Not in education, employment or training?
This could be for you!
The programme is due to start Wednesday 13th January 2016 and lasts for 12 weeks.
Hours: Wednesdays and Thursdays 9.30am – 3.30pm. Fridays attendance is offered for those who wish to do additional voluntary hours.
Contact Rob Ashford or Rachel Deadman on 01274 371305 or email email@example.com
Prince’s Trust Team
The Prince’s Trust Team programme is a FREE 12 week personal development course for young people aged 16 – 25. The course is free and you will gain a qualification at the end of the 12 weeks.
WHAT’S IN IT FOR ME?
The Prince’s Trust Team programme is run by Bradford YMCA at the Culture Fusion building on Thornton Road, Bradford. Team is based at Culture Fusion but you will be out and about in the community too!
STARTING MONDAY 25th JANUARY
Days: Monday – Friday
Hours: 10am – 4pm
Contact Jessica Mitchell on 01274 307228 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgPosted by Bradford YMCA Admin on Thursday, 7 January @ 17:56
New YMCA research released shines a light on the potential impact Housing Benefit cuts could have on young people all over England. Watch YMCA England Director of Policy, Jason Stacey, having his say on our Uncertain Futures report here and share with your friends: http://bit.ly/1MHNdfp #UncertainFutures
Thousands of vulnerable young people are at risk of becoming homeless if automatic entitlement to Housing Benefit is removed for all 18 to 21-year-olds, according to our new research. This could leave them all with #UncertainFutures. Please watch this video to see what our young people, Sam and Romario, say about Housing Benefit cuts and share it with your friends, colleagues and followers. Help us raise awareness today: http://bit.ly/1Dn4EPoPosted by Bradford YMCA Admin on Wednesday, 5 August @ 10:20
Good news for the YMCA and BEES team, we have been awarded Reaching Communities funding from the Big Lottery to run a three year project called Greening Communities.
The Greening Communities project aims to engage disadvantaged young people in transforming physical aspects of their own neighbourhoods, while equipping them with accredited practical skills which provide a stepping stone into training and/or employment.
The project will start on the 1st August 2015, if you would like any more information please contact a member of the BEES team on 01274 371303Posted by Bradford YMCA Admin on Friday, 26 June @ 11:32
Lynne Cunningham and her Camouflage Crew group will be taking the YMCA Pop Up Tea Hut stand to Armed Forces day at Bradford Bulls on Sunday 28th June.
In aid of The Royal British Legion, on Sunday June 28, from 3.00pm, you will be able to enjoy an action-packed afternoon of entertainment at Bradford Bulls Provident Stadium.
The Armed Forces will take over the Provident Stadium, bringing in everything from shooting ranges and climbing walls to military dogs!
There will be the opportunity to take aim and face army-styled challenges throughout the course of the day, before taking in a Great Britain Armed Forces ladies game.
Prior to the game’s start – which will be marked by canon fire – a military fly-by will take place before a pause for a minute’s silence.
If you are attending the event make sure to visit the YMCA stand and say hello!Posted by Bradford YMCA Admin on Friday, 26 June @ 11:24
On Saturday 28th June our Tea Hut had its first outing at Armed Forces Day in City Park in the centre of Bradford. Over 300 hot drinks were served; a good number but not as much as the 2,000,000 hot drinks served weekly in YMCA Tea Huts during World War One!
The Tea Hut had its second outing at the Yorkshire Wartime Experience on Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th July, serving 450 hot drinks and sharing the message of the YMCA’s work during World War One to many of the approximately 10,000 visitors to the event.
The building of the Tea Hut was a collaborative effort between Bradford YMCA and Carlton Bolling College, with young people from local group Camouflage Crew helping to run the Tea Hut along with staff and volunteers.
Dave West, CEO of Bradford YMCA, said: “Bradford YMCA’s Tea Hut project proved a great success and was very popular with visitors to the Armed Forces Day event on Saturday 28th June. It showcased one of the YMCA’s roles during WW1 and demonstrated our continuing role supporting and involving young people in Bradford.”
The Tea Hut will be having yet another outing, this time to Undercliffe Cemetery on Friday 11th June, 9:30 am – 3:30 pm and Saturday 12th June, 11:00 am – 4:00 pm. Come along for a cup of tea, or if you’d like to help out at the event please email email@example.com. For more information on the event please visit www.undercliffecemetery.co.uk.
The YMCA was the largest non-military organisation involved in the War effort, providing shelter and home comforts from the home front to the front line. The aim of the Tea Hut, part of our Tea and Remembrance project, is to raise awareness and commemorate this great history. For more information on this project please visit www.teahut-ymca.org.uk. This project has been made possible by a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund – www.hlf.org.uk.Posted by Wendy Collins on Tuesday, 8 July @ 12:25