Youth Central offers a range of information and advice on issues like jobs, study, travel, money and events in your local area - wherever you live in Victoria - whilst offering opportunities for you to participate.
On this site you'll find:
Details about jobs and employment programs
FReeZA supports young people to lead planning and staging of music, artistic and cultural events in their local communities. The program also provides important performance opportunities for local musicians and emerging artists to showcase their talent through competitions such as the Victorian FReeZA Push Start Battle of the Bands.
The Push is a Victorian non-profit youth music organisation which was established in 1986. Through a wide range of music related programs we aim to educate, entertain, inspire and empower young people.
The Push runs a range of programs and projects such as FReeZA training, mentoring and awards programs, the annual Push Over Festival, hip hop programs such as Push It!, annual music industry conference Face The Music Conference, hip hop event Our Backyard, Push Songs songwriting workshops and FReeZA Push Start state-wide band competition.
The Push produces successful programs throughout regional Victoria and metropolitan Melbourne. To date more than 600,000 young Victorians have participated in Push programs.
The Push works with music for young people as event organisers, audiences, community members and creative artists in a range of programs including band competitions, dance workshops, mentoring, and creative and professional development programs.
The Push provides information and support to all young people in Victoria who wish to stage drug, alcohol and smoke-free entertainment or who wish to develop a career in the music industry.
The Youth Affairs Council of Victoria Inc. (YACVic) is the peak body and leading policy advocate on young people's issues in Victoria.
Our vision is for a Victorian community in which all young people are valued as active participants, have their rights recognised and are treated fairly and with respect.
YDAS is the only advocacy service in Australia which exists specifically to work on issues of concern to young people with disabilities. YDAS offers individual advocacy to young people aged 12-25 who have a disability, as well as systemic advocacy on issues that are important to them.
Young People's Legal Rights Centre. Also provides legal information to workers supporting young people.