Category archive: Resources

    Getting Experience It can be tough finding work when you don’t have much experience. Lots of places want applicants to have a few years experience coming in the door, and how do you get experience if you need experience to get experience? How do you get a leg up, or a foot in? Fill out…

    Helping parents/guardians with the birds and the bees talk! An exciting, innovative project developed by Donegal Youth Service and the Donegal Library Service, and supported by HSE Health Promotion & Improvement was launched on Thursday the 15th of March at the Moyle National School in Newtowncunningham. The project aims to encourage and support parents and…

    You are good enough as you are now ’Tis the season for sparkly dresses, parties and overindulging.  Advertisements are currently a mix of decadent food bathed in butter, and buying and fitting into that ‘little black dress’.  It can be difficult to relax and enjoy the fun if you’re worrying about your body, and beating…

    Are you ready to check your results tomorrow? Tomorrow, Wednesday the 16th of August is the day thousands of young people have been waiting for.  The long wait is nearly over, and the Leaving Cert results are finally out.  Letterkenny Youth Information Centre are here for you at all times of the year, but are ready for…

    The Leaving Cert has just begun, and Donegal Youth Service want to lower stress levels around the county and offer some tips.  We want you to know that whatever happens there are lots of options available to you.  Even if you mix up your algebra with your aurals. First things first you have to take…

    We recently wrote a piece for Donegal Woman about youth mental health and some of the issues that the controversial Netflix show 13 Reasons Why brought up. “Although 13 Reasons Why is certainly not perfect, and many of the criticisms are valid, it has certainly started important discussions around mental health and young people and…

    Please keep sharing! What is Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)? Please keep sharing! What is Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)? Information for women aged 15-25 years – listen up ladies! *The design and content of these leaflets were created in consultation with a group of young people who did an 8 week programme on IPV at DYS….

    Please keep sharing! What is Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)? Information for men aged 15-25 years – it happens to men too! *The design and content of these leaflets were created in consultation with a group of young people who did an 8 week programme on IPV at DYS. They do not list all the signs…

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