Canterbury Bankstown Workers with Youth Network

Canterbury Bankstown Workers with Youth Network
The Youth Workers Interagency works towards common goals for youth and youth services. Canterbury Bankstown Workers with Youth Network The Youth Workers Interagency works towards common goals for youth and youth services. Youth Programs; Youth Services
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The Canterbury Bankstown Workers With Youth Network (CBWWYN) is a cohesive network of professionals working towards common goals for youth and youth services in Canterbury Bankstown. CBWWYN is sought out as a respected and recognised voice for youth and acknowledged for advocating and lobbying on priority issues.

The network meets on the first Wednesday of each month from 10am-noon. Members exchange information on services and events, and discuss issues that are relevant to Youth and the local community.

Contact Council on 9707 5587 or email for more information.

​​2024 Canterbury Bankstown ​Workers with Youth Network Kit
The aim of this kit is to inform schools, teachers and the community of the role of different types of youth services and how they can help young people and their families. The information in this package is not meant to be conclusive, but it is a guide of what is available for your students and/or young people to participate in.

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Current members include:

CBWWYN Youth Recognition Awards

 

This initiative acknowledges  and celebrates young individuals for the valuable contributions they make towards their local community, or for their personal accomplishments.

Our community is fortunate to have a diverse population of engaged young people. The CBWWYN Youth Recognition Awards is our way of showing gratitude to the invaluable leadership and contributions these young people make, which they're usually not otherwise recognised for.

Young people aged 12-25 years can be awarded by CBWWYN service providers for demonstrating:

  • Contributions to the community;
  • Resilience to overcome challenging life situations; and
  • Inspiration by innovation.

The Awards are ongoing throughout the year, and any CBWWYN member can present a Recognition Award to a deserving young person.

If you know a young person deserving of a CBWWYN Youth Recognition Award, contact us here to get the official certificate.

 

The City of Canterbury Bankstown acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land, water and skies of Canterbury-Bankstown, the Darug (Darag, Dharug, Daruk, Dharuk) People. We recognise and respect Darug cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land. We acknowledge the First Peoples’ continuing importance to our CBCity community.