Check out this press release from a fabulous new youth work website! For more information and a full look at the site, see www.myyouthworklife.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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The all-new website www.myyouthworklife.org seeks to serve Youthworkers and those involved in Youth ministry across the country with practical advice, well-honed examples, and top tips to all aspects of Youth work and ministry amongst older children and young people. Providing a plethora of articles written by over 30 passionate and experienced Youthworkers- many with decades of experience of working with teenagers, Myyouthworklife.org provides insight and guidance on key themes such as The World of a Young person, How to engage with Secondary Schools, Effectively discipling young people, Working with Volunteers, Mapping your community, and Young people and Social Media and many more relevant and significant themes within Youth ministry today.
Borne out of a partnership between The Department of Lay Ministry at Ridley Hall Cambridge, The Diocese of Ely, and the Eastern Baptist Association, the website seeks to provide an entry-point for many Youthwork Practitioners to be further equipped in their youth work by means of using the website as a flexible training tool, to dip in and out of, or read through with a more structured approach.
The Editing team of www.myyouthworklife.org suggest that ‘the richness and the USP of this website is that it brings through the voice of one passionate Youthworker talking as if person-to-person to those that will read their articles. This no-nonsense training tool is already equipping many Youthworkers around the country to inspire and engage them in their learning, and pointing them to new ideas, ways of thinking, and further training if needed.’
The website, which is constantly being added to with new training material in response to aspects of Youth culture and prevalent issues within Youth ministry, is free to access and all material can be downloaded as printable PDF’s for the benefit of Youth teams who may wish to engage with programmes of learning together.
For more information and a full look at the site, see www.myyouthworklife.org or email email@example.com