Our Youth Services Team, Baseline for young people, offers a range of services to help local young people – aged 10 to 25 – actively participate in their community. Young people from all backgrounds and abilities are invited to take part and get involved in everything we do.
Baseline provides support to young people, youth groups, parents, and other agencies that work with young people. Young people can:
Shop MM1, Westfield Plenty Valley
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Mill Park (Melway 183 B11)
P: 9404 8800
To get involved in local youth events and programs visit our Youth Events page.
The Youth Mentoring Career Pathways (YMCP) program brokers relationships between marginalised young people and mentors within the local community.
Young people are carefully matched with a volunteer Mentor from a professional background. Mentors provide individual support and guidance with career pathway planning for up to nine months.
Mentors can assist with:
Workshops are a great way to expand your knowledge, connect with other young people
and mentors to learn new skills that support you personally and professionally.
We run workshops online and in person and cover a range of topics including:
Who can join?
To join the YMCP program you must:
Youth workers listen to and advocate for young people. They can offer information, resources and referral on issues affecting young people and their families, and also make links with schools, and plan community projects.
Young people aged 12 to 18 with a passion for the environment are invited to join a local group of like-minded young people.
The Youth Environment Group runs each Friday afterschool, during school term at Edge Services for Young People at Westfield Plenty Valley.
To get involved, contact Baseline on 9404 8800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We're looking for young people aged 12 to 20 who are interested in:
The committee will meet on Thursdays after school at Edge Services for Young People at Westfield Plenty Valley.
Contact us: 9404 8800 or email email@example.com
Our Youth Plan 2030+ is an action plan that guides how we will deliver services and programs for young people into the future.
This is a research project to support you as a neurodiverse young person to identify and build your skills and abilities to work with others, like working in a group or a team. This is Co-design.
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