Youth Week is an opportunity for young people to express their ideas and views, act on issues that affect their lives, and create and enjoy activities and events.
The Youth Week in NSW Design Competition provides young people with a chance to showcase their talent as a designer and to win a $1,000 cash prize. The 2015 winning design was created by 18 year old Abbey Gail Bolina.Find out more
As part of Youth Week 2015, NSW local councils supported more than 880 events and activities. More than 3,700 young people were involved in conceiving, planning, promoting, managing and evaluating these activities and events, which were attended by more than 82,000 young people.
Here you can find out how to get involved in local Youth Week events, you can apply to participate in the annual Youth Week Forum at Parliament House, and you can read about some of the innovative and exciting events that took place in 2015.Events NSW Youth Week Forum Local Government Youth Week Awards
YouthRock is a state-wide talent search for high school students. The competition is judged by music and recording industry representatives, will more than $10,000 worth of prizes for finalists.Find Out More
Youth Week and Youth Week sponsors use a range of promotional material to promote Youth Week and their messages to young people who attend and participate in Youth Week events and activities.
Here you can find promotional resources and event ideas to assist you in planning your Youth Week event.Find Out More