2016’s 100 Ways in 100 Days campaign was a huge success, creating hundreds of opportunities for young people across the Central Ranges region, and we’ve decided to make this appeal an ongoing one.
There are 100 Ways to help young people prepare for their futures.
We’d like local businesses, schools and community partners to get together to celebrate and participate in this concept. Whether it’s creating a work placement, offering a job, mentoring a young person, sharing a career story or sponsoring a youth program, there are 100 Ways to help our young local people, all day, every day.
We’d like to invite you to take part in this exciting movement around supporting local young people to get ready for their futures. Young people are 100% of our future, and there are 100 Ways to help them.
We’ll be hosting a forum on the 13th September at the Kyneton Mechanics Institute from 5:30. Guest speakers will include Ms Mary-Anne Thomas MP, State Member for Macedon and Ms Ana Rees, Executive Principal of Kyneton SC, and a panel of local youth and business people who will discuss creative approaches to generating opportunities for young people in the Kyneton area. A short documentary about the journey of some local VCAL students will also be previewed.