Youth Services Directory

Youth

If you're a young person in the City of North Vancouver, this page is for you. You'll find information on jobs, news, upcoming events, youth services, youth-focused issues and tons of other great content. There are so many opportunities for young people to get recognized and active in the community and this section can launch you on your journey.

If you have any questions along the way, we're here to help you find the information you need to make the most of what your City has to offer.



North Shore Youth Services Directory

Do you need to talk to someone about an issue at home or school? Are you having difficulty finding friends or transitioning to the job market? The North Shore Youth Services Directory is a great resource that's loaded with information for young people on the North Shore. It covers the range of issues facing youth today and provides the contact information you need to help you connect with the right people.

See Youth Directory, www.nsyouth.ca.




You Are Awesome

If you're handed one of these cards when you’re out and about – it means you’re doing an awesome job. RCMP, Bylaw and City Park staff will be handing out cards to youth in the City who are doing a great job. ‘Trade’ in the card at any North Vancouver Recreation and Culture Commission location for a 3FreePass which will enable you to either skate, swim or visit the gym for free three times. It’s a little reward for you being awesome in the City.




CNV4ME

The City has a new Child, Youth + Family Friendly Strategy - CNV4ME. The report has five themes: community engagement, community spaces, housing, programing and services, and community partnerships. See report.




How Our City Works

The City of North Vancouver is run by City Council, a group of seven elected officials who were voted into office, which happens every four years. They meet every Monday at City Hall to discuss our City and make important decisions about our community. City Council and City Hall are in charge of so many things. Find out more here.

 

 

 

 

 

From volunteering to recreation, the City is committed to services and programs that meet the best interests of youth.

The Civic Youth Awards Program recognizes youth between the ages of 10-24 years for noteworthy achievements and contributions to the community.

We know how to tough it can be for young people to find work out there.

Apply for a Youth Grant for an event, initiative, program or service taking place in the City.

We're always here to help and we want to hear from you.

Volunteering for one of the City's youth advisory committees is an excellent opportunity to get involved in the local-decision making process.

New onlilne Youth Services Directory. See nsyouth.ca

The City works closely with the District of North Vancouver in determining and implementing policies and programs for youth on the North Shore.




Contact Info

Juliana Buitenhuis
Community Development Worker (Youth Programs)
Tel: 604-983-7385
Fax: 604-985-0576
Email: jbuitenhuis@cnv.org

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