Education Authority Youth Service provide informal education and youth programmes to young people across Northern Ireland aged 4 to 25.
Through the delivery of youth work practices, our staff work to improve outcomes for all children and young people, whether this is emotional health and wellbeing, leadership journey or the development of social skills.
EA Youth Service have a range of delivery provisions, whether this is through youth centres located in towns and villages across NI or through regional projects which work with groups of young people centred around a specific theme. Another delivery method used is through working with schools across the country providing specific tailored youth programmes inside the school environment on a 1 to 1 basis or full class approach.
EA Youth Service are passionate about helping young people achieve their full potential and encouraging them on their personal journey as they move through the school years into adulthood. We aim to facilitate a place for young people to be young people and enjoy spending time with their peers in a safe space outside of the school environment.
"We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future"
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Each youth centre has contact details available on their webpage. Alternatively you can contact us on the below email and we will help find the best person for you to speak with.
As this is a regional mailbox, if you are contacting youth operations regarding a project or centre, please state this within the email so we can pass you on to the relevant department.