On 23 August 2019, the UK Youth Parliament (UKYP) will launch their Make Your Mark ballot for young people across the UK. In Wales, this is facilitated by Young Wales.
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The provisional A-Level results in Wales show that Wales has improved the number of A* to A grades to a record high.
Nominations are now open for the Black History Wales Youth Awards 2019.
The National Assembly for Wales is looking for new apprentices to work in the National Assembly offices in Cardiff Bay.
The Welsh Government is advertising up to 25 apprenticeship opportunities in August.
Aged 16-30? You could be eligible for a payment, of up to £250 to help you into work, education or volunteering.
We’re Mind. We help everyone to understand mental health and wellbeing and give information and support so people feel less alone.
The Welsh Government has opened a consultation on their draft delivery plan for Together for Mental Health from 2019 to 2022.