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8 November 2018
City’s Zone Youth Space will be holding an afternoon tea this Friday (9
November) to celebrate Youth Work Week, which this year runs from 5 to 11
November and is themed “What is Youth Work?” highlighting the importance of the Youth Work
is an opportunity to hear from the Zone’s Youth team about the fantastic work
that they do in the Kwinana community and as part of Youth Work Week to explore
the changing landscape for youth work and celebrate the incredible difference
it makes to young people’s lives.
Kwinana Mayor Carol
Adams said the City placed a high level of importance on making local youth
services easily accessible to young people.
‘Youth workers in
Kwinana do a fantastic job of engaging the young community and helping them to
reach their potential,” she said.
“The Zone Youth Space
wouldn’t be what it is today without the impact of those who work there. We
truly are very fortunate to have such a talented and engaging team of youth
workers who really do love their jobs and offer great support and guidance to
our young people.”
“As one of the fastest
growing areas in the state, it is important that we provide young people of
Kwinana the best possible opportunity to succeed through programs such as the LyriK-
(Leadership, Youth, Respect in Kwinana) program, the City’s Educational
Scholarships and facilities such as the Zone Youth Space.”
City of Kwinana boasts an award winning team with youth worker, Tanya
Halliday taking out the 2017 WA Emerging Youth Worker Award. These awards acknowledge
and celebrate the positive impact that Youth Workers play in the lives of
Western Australian young people.
Come down to the Zone
Youth Space this Friday to meet the team and hear more about the amazing work
they do in the Kwinana community.