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YNOT is looking for a Policy Officer

YNOT is looking for an experienced and qualified Policy Officer to join our team! If you’re passionate about driving positive change with young people aged 12-25 years and the Tasmanian youth sector, we want to hear from you. This is a full-time, fixed-term position (till 24 Dec 2023) working

Burnie workshop for young people, win a phone!

Are you a young person who has been exposed to advertising for gambling, Sportsbet, or other providers?YNOT [https://www.ynot.org.au] want to hear your thoughts about it. YNOT [https://www.ynot.org.au]are coming to Burnie to run a workshop with young people (aged 12 – 18)

YNOT Young People and Gambling Youth Focus Group

YNOT is seeking young people aged 12-18 to co-design a statewide youth consultation about gambling and its impacts on young Tasmanians. YNOT are hosting an online youth focus group session on Wednesday 27 April, 4PM-6PM. Feedback from the session will be used to inform how YNOT engages with, and can

Tasmanian Youth Forum 2022 ‘I am me.’

YNOT [https://www.ynot.org.au]is excited to announce that registrations are now open for the Tasmanian Youth Forum 2022 [https://www.ynot.org.au/young-people/tasmanian-youth-forum] (TYF). TYF beings together young people from across the State to share their views and opinions on issues important to them, as

Appointments with Microsoft Bookings

Today we are going to have a bit of a look at Microsoft Bookings [https://www.microsoft.com/en-au/microsoft-365/business/scheduling-and-booking-app] and how it can be integrated into your service offerings. Many organisations that work with young people are using Microsoft 365 in their organisation, but not all of

Roller Skate Try Day Devonport Feb 20

Have you bought some skates and need some help to get rolling? Did you roller skate when you were younger and would love to take it up again? Have you just always thought it would be amazing to learn how to skate, but you weren’t sure how to get

Seeking feedback on the 2022 Tasmanian Youth Forum topic

YNOT [https://www.ynot.org.au]is seeking feedback from young people on the 2022 Tasmanian Youth Forum (TYF) topic! TYF is one of Tasmania’s largest youth consultative events for young people aged 12-25 years. TYF brings together young people from around the State to share their views and
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