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Environmental Advocacy Paper

12 Aug 2020 - YouthY We Are Here

A call to action for the Government to consider alternative and sustainable energy options.

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Through Our Eyes Art Exhibition

12 Aug 2020 - YouthY We Are Here

Young people express their diversity through pieces of art

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School Survival Toolkit

12 Aug 2020 - YouthY We Are Here

resources for young people and educators to support the mental health and wellbeing of their students and peers.

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Canteen Letter

12 Aug 2020 - YouthY We Are Here

A letter to the School Canteen Manager calling for action and consideration to using more environmentally friendly packaging options to support a cleaner environment

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New Oberon Fitness Centre set to open August 23

05 Aug 2020 - Media ReleasesRecreation

Construction of Oberon's new $925,000 indoor fitness centre is nearing completion with the YMCA NSW (the Y) today announcing an official open date of August 23.

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The Y NSW says thanks on OSHC Educators' Day

29 Jul 2020 - Media ReleasesOSHC

CHILDREN at the Y NSW’s Outside School Hours Care centres will celebrate the work of their Educators this week.

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YChats Podcast

24 Jul 2020 - YouthY We Are Here

Adrian Eagle on Life and Suicide

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Level up Your Employability Through Volunteering

23 Jul 2020 - YouthY We Are Here

A guide on how you can set yourself apart from the pack through volunteer work.

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Construction of $36 million Stromlo Leisure Centre Complete

Construction is now complete on the state-of-the-art $36 million Stromlo Leisure Centre in the ACT with the Y now completing the fit-out ahead of an August 15 opening.

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The Y kicks off community consultation and recruitment for Blayney's CentrePoint Sport and Leisure Centre

Applications are now open for up to 20 jobs with the YMCA NSW (the Y) at the newly refurbished Centrepoint Sport and Leisure Centre in Blayney.

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Building a Fitness Routine

10 Jul 2020 - Y We Are Here

Exercise helps keep your body, mind, and spirit in great shape, letting you live life with vitality, enthusiasm, and comfort. But, while any exercise is always better than none, the real benefits come from building a routine to getting regular physical activity.

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YChats Podcast

09 Jul 2020 - YouthY We Are Here

Do you know who you're talking to online?

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YChats Podcast

09 Jul 2020 - YouthY We Are Here

Burning Questions about Cannabis

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How to Motivate Yourself

06 Jul 2020 - Y We Are Here

Motivation doesn't always come when you need it. Here are some simple ways to keep yourself motivated.

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How to write a Resume

These 9 steps will help you write a resume from scratch, putting your best foot forward for your next role!

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The Y NSW announced as manager of CentrePoint Sport and Leisure Centre in Blayney

25 Jun 2020 - Media ReleasesRecreation

YMCA NSW (The Y) has been awarded a contract of up to two years to operate and manage the newly refurbished CentrePoint Sport and Leisure Centre in Blayney NSW.

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The Y welcomes communities back across NSW and ACT

YMCA NSW (The Y) is excited to reopen doors at six centres across Sydney creating opportunities for youth and communities to connect, stay active and reimagine health and wellness goals in the new normal.

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Community voice helps shape COVID Safe Y NSW

Customer and community voice will guide the YMCA NSW’s reopening of its 24 community recreation facilities across the NSW and the ACT as Government restrictions ease.

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#YWeAreHere

We’d like to let you know that we’re here. And we’re not going anywhere. Because we believe in the power of inspired young people.

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Keeping Safe Online

It's important to feel safe online! The impacts of COVID-19 have meant that the way we learn, connect with our friends & family and entertain ourselves has increasingly shifted online. While, that can be exciting, did you know you are also at increased risk of harm both directly and indirectly?

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