Gurteen Youth Club Community Employment Project
Gurteen Youth Club Community Employment Project is based in Ballyfermot. Our project has 18 CE workers and 1 Supervisor at present. We provide support to services offered by Ballyfermot Youth Services at Decies Road – Youth Information Centre at Drumfinn Park and their Outward Bounds Activities Centre in Parkwest.
Our Club House is at the rear of the sports complex on Gurteen Road. Here we cater for children aged 6 to 12. We offer After school Homework Clubs Evening Clubs Residential weekends at Oakwood.
On the creative side, there are Art & Craft competitions, and of course our hugely successful Summer Projects.
Our experienced staff offers a warm welcome to all children that attend our clubs. Children’s clubs like ours present a wonderful opportunity to meet new friends, participate in activities, and may well be the start of some lifelong friendships. We work hard to give all young people that participate in our clubs the chance to achieve their potential through social and personal development opportunities.
Provision of Training
We aim to provide a comprehensive, inclusive, broad-ranging service to the young people of Ballyfermot and the adults who work with them. And in so doing create the opportunity for local people to participate on a Community Employment Project that will further the participants opportunity for employment. We provide good quality training that meets the needs of our participants as well as proving the opportunity to work in a nurturing and
Anyone interested in joining in the fun, get in touch.
Breda Hughes, Peter Maxwell, Matt Dodd, Shawn O’Brien, Brian James, Philip McKenna, Tony Egan, Helen Smallhorn, Marie Ebbs, James Rock, Audrey Dutton, Louise Rollo, Sandra Atkinson Kelly, Michael Breen, Pauline Grogan.
Ann O’Byrne, Imelda Brady, Derek Cully.