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From the Minister for Youth Affairs

Ryan Smith



The Hon Ryan Smith MP


Craigieburn resident, Michael Casha, has been announced as Victoria's ambassador for National Youth Week by Minister for Youth Affairs Ryan Smith.

The Victorian Coalition Government is investing $430,000 to help young people in Central Victoria develop skills, build confidence and make new connections for life after school.

The Victorian Coalition Government is committing $125,000 to help young people in Geelong develop skills, build confidence and make new connections for life after school.

The Victorian Coalition Government is investing $90,000 to help young people in Casey develop skills, build confidence and make new connections to get them ready for life after school.

The Victorian Coalition Government is investing $120,000 to enable young people in the Mordialloc area to develop skills, build confidence and make new connections, preparing them for life after school.

The Victorian Coalition Government is investing $455,000 to fund programs in the Ringwood area that help young people develop skills, build confidence and make new connections for life after school.

Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Victorian students have the chance to turn $20 into millions, thanks to a new program launched today at Carrum Downs Secondary College by Minster for Youth Affairs Ryan Smith.

1,000 new jobs will be created across Victoria with McDonald’s announcing eight new stores, Treasurer Michael O’Brien said today.
 

Minister for Youth Affairs Ryan Smith has announced $51,000 in Victorian Coalition Government funding to help young people in Geelong be safer online.

Young people from across Victoria today descended on Spring Street for the opening of Youth Parliament and to influence government decision-making on issues that matter to them.

An innovative new project to help young people in Greater Bendigo make informed choices about what they post online was launched today by the Minister for Youth Affairs Ryan Smith at Bendigo Library.

 

Minister for Youth Affairs Ryan Smith today announced $30,000 in funding for the It’s There For Life campaign that empowers and educates young people in the local area to be safe and responsible online at Phoenix P12 College in Ballarat.

To celebrate National Volunteer Week, the Victorian Coalition Government today announced over $4 million to support volunteer programs for Victorian secondary school students.

Outstanding young Victorians were recognised last night for their exceptional achievements at the Victorian Young Achiever Awards in Melbourne.

More young Victorians will have the skills they need to kick start their careers following the Victorian Coalition Government’s $425,000 investment into youth programs that get high school students work ready.

Friday, 04 April 2014

The steps of the State Library of Victoria came alive today with dancing and singing performances to celebrate the opening of National Youth Week 2014.

Ms Darcy Fox, a singer and songwriter from Moe, has taken out the major prize at the FReeZA Push Start Battle of the Bands announced yesterday at Moomba by Minister for Youth Affairs Ryan Smith.

Young Victorians now have a new way to connect and share ideas with the launch of a new website that has been designed for and with young people.

Young Victorians who want to stand up, speak out and be heard at the highest levels of State Government are being urged to apply for the YMCA Youth Parliament program.

Young people in rural and regional Victoria will be more involved in local decision-making, thanks to $150,000 in Victorian Coalition Government funding.