With the year’s theme LGBTI+ Youth, young people from Limerick Youth Service and GOSHH were to the fore in celebrating Limerick Pride 2017 as they lead a ‘Drag-On’ through the streets of the Treaty City and hosted a Pride Youth Party.
Young people (16-20yrs) who would like to study Leaving Cert Applied, pursue a career in the baking or catering industries, work with children, start on the road to being a carpenter, or learn new skills that will change their lives, are invited to apply for number of courses available at Limerick Youth Service (LYS).
Mediterranean sunshine greeted nine young people from Limerick when they arrived in Malta for the next leg of a Erasmus+ supported youth exchange programme called, The KEY.
There was gold medal success for Limerick Youth Service (LYS) at the national finals of Youth Work Ireland’s Youth Games held at the University Arena recently, with Fedamore Youth Club’s Arthur O’Donnell winning a highly competitive table tennis tournament.
Young people from Limerick Youth Service (LYS) took home eleven medals including five first places at the Alliance of Bakery Students & Trainees (ABST) Annual Conference held in Alton Towers, England recently.
The young people, who are trainees with LYS’s Bakery Project, joined their peers from across the globe at what is one of the major international events in the baking industry.
Limerick Youth Service & GOSHH are teaming up to host Limerick’s only Pride Youth Party at Lava Javas Youth Cafe, Lwr Glentworth St, Limerick on Friday, July 14th (6-9pm).
Young people (14-19yrs) from Limerick & beyond are invited to the event where there will be plenty of ceol, caint agus craic.
Excitement is building ahead of the national finals of Youth Work Ireland’s Youth Factor and Youth Games which will be held in Limerick this weekend.
Co-hosted by Limerick Youth Service, the popular variety show, known as the Youth Factor will take place at LIT’s Millennium Theatre on Saturday, July 1st (12pm) with the University Arena hosting the Youth Games on Sunday (11am).
It was all hands on deck at Limerick Youth Service (LYS) this past week with the youth organisation’s Bike Project holding two ‘Repair Your Rothar’ workshops as part of Limerick Smarter Travel’s Bike Week 2017.
Are you aged between 16 and 19 and no longer in school?
Have you thought about doing something positive with your life?
Why not join us here in Limerick Youth Service on the Leaving Cert Applied programme? Here are some reasons why you might be interested:
LYS has been running the LCA programme since 1998
Past pupils have gone on to further education, PLC courses, Institutes of Tec
As part of the National Bike Week cycling festival, Limerick Youth Service will hold two bike repair workshops at The Factory Southside Youth Space and the Northside Youth Space on Wednesday, June 14th and Thursday, June 15th respectively (3-6pm).