Letterkenny Youth Information Centre provide a free, confidential information service to young people and those who work with them. The centre managed by Donegal Youth Service is the only one of its kind in Donegal and it operates a one stop shop approach where all the information is available under the one roof. We also support parents seeking information and support for their children.
The youth information centre exists to help and support young people on both a personal and group level. Through our work we have campaigned on youth related issues on a local and national basis, while also working to encourage and motivate young people to overcome barriers and achieve their goals in life.
SO if you want to:
- Improve your job seeking skills
- Check out 3rd level and other training courses
- Find accommodation
- Get help with applying for student grants
- Travel and see the world
- Study abroad
- Find ways to use your spare time
- Know about rights and entitlements
- Or just someone to talk to
If you are interested in volunteering in another country as part of the European Voluntary Service (EVS) you can read more about it on our EVS section.
There is a full range of day time and evening activities on offer including:
- Youth Action Group
- Employment Skills
- Book club
Through these groups and other centre activities we make information available in a range of formats including:
- Social Networks
- Print Media
Additional services provided for youth people, parents and professionals include:
- Information Seminars
- Peer Mentoring Training
- Bullying and Cyber Bullying Workshops
- Student Council Training
- Intercultural Awareness Training
For more information on how the Youth Information Centre can help your family contact: Gareth Gibson on: 074 9129640, or drop in to 16-18 Port Rd, Letterkenny.
The Youth Information Centre is funded by the Department of Children and Youth Affairs