- This page is managed by Youth @ Voice FM
- Speed of Sound – Wednesday 4-5pm presented by Kirsty, Robyn & Alisha
- Yeah, Sweet! – Wednesdays 5-6pm presented by Scott & Lauren
1. Which bird has the longest wingspan?
2. The Ring of Fire is a zone of high seismic activity associated with which ocean?
3. In computer science, what does AI stand for?
4. Where would you find cerumen?
5. What is the largest artery in the human body?
give us your answers at our facebook page http://www.facebook.com/voicefm?fref=ts
The answers will be given 1 week from now and if you get the answers right we will like you post and if you get it wrong we will tell what you did wrong so you can try again, everyone is a winner
- 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. for more information go to http://www.yacvic.org.au/
- The Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre unites young people with researchers, practitioners, innovators and policy-makers from over 70 partner organisations across the non-profit, academic, government and corporate sectors. for more information go to http://www.yawcrc.org.au/
- ResourceSmart Schools Awards 2013,
The race is on to find Victoria’s most sustainable schools, with entries now open,
To be in the running for the top award, Resource Smart School of the Year, schools must enter at least three of the resource areas. This year’s winner will join a group of schools demonstrating stand-out achievements in sustainability, as well as mentoring other schools,
The Coalition Government has committed $8.3 million over four years to extend that reach to a further 400 schools throughout the state.
Award entries close 5pm, Thursday 1 August and winners will be announced at the ResourceSmart School Awards 2013 presentation to be held during Term 4.
For more information about the awards or ResourceSmart AuSSI Vic visit www.sustainability.vic.gov.au/schoolsawards
- Evermore announces ‘Hero’ tour
with 43k facebook fans, 5.4k twitter followers and 2.4 million views on youtube its no wonder why Evermore love they’re job,
their new music video idea is 1000+ instagram images sent in by fans of people, places and much more,
part 1 and 2 of this amazing video has been released so if you are one of the many that put in photos keep a sharp eye out, they will be releasing more new versions every four weeks until they hopefully get tens of thousands of images to make an ultimate video
for Hero’s tour dates, music videos and more head to www.evermoreband.com
- ABC OPEN
the new themes for the upcoming challenge are:
For the writting challenge:‘New in Town’ (Have you ever been the new person in town? Or did someone else’s arrival have a profound impact on you? Share your story in 500 words.
For the photography challenge:‘At Home’ (what do Australians do at home? This month we want you to photograph domestic- from the mundane to the beautiful.)
- Fashion Fest, went off with a BANG!
for images search JLF images on facebook
- Lead on Ballarat
What YOUTH EVENTS do you want to see happening in Ballarat????? Our eventYOUth team who recently ran the successful National Youth Week ‘Fashion Fest!’ are keen to hear YOUR IDEAS for future youth events and to recruit new members!!! Anyone aged 12 – 25 can get involved, there is no cost and the group provides an opportunity for youth to meet new people and get practical experience in event management organising exciting events for other youth in Ballarat!
for more information head to their website http://www.leadonballarat.com.au
- Walk safely to school day
On Friday 24 May 2013 primary school children from all over Australia will be walking to school with their parents or carers. This community event seeks to promote healthy lifestyles, road safety and the environment.
Today over 25% children are overweight or obese. This is expected to increase to over 33% in the next decade unless children become more physically active and improve their diets. We are therefore asking schools across Australia to encourage families to walk to school on 24 May and register their support at http://www.walk.com.au/wstsd01/page.asp?PageID=260
- our interview,
with youforme is coming on soon, find info on the band go to the link below
Lead On Ballarat
Lead On aims to assist young people to develop practical skills and experiences in the fields and industries they are passionate about. Lead On is open to all young people. Participants come from all walks of life but have a common desire to be involved in their community, gain real-life skills and pursue their passions.
National Youth Week
National Youth Week (NYW) is the largest celebration of young people in Australia. Thousands of young people aged 12-25 from across Australia get involved in NYW each year, this year the event ran from the 5 to 14 April and it was a huge success,
we look forward to next year’s youth week so keep an eye out it will come back around quickly.
Same song Same time 2 is now an official National Youth Week event supported by the Victorian Government. Keeping this year’s “NYW” theme “Be Active. Be Happy. Be You” it is important for young people today to feel comfortable in their own skin.
Byou provides young people with the opportunity to participate in a variety of groups that run events and activities. The groups are a great way to meet new people, learn about local government, have fun, learn new skills and to get involved in your community.
Come and check out The Space which is located at 122 Armstrong St South Ballarat.
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.
- Details about jobs and employment programs
- Information about studying and training opportunities
- Interview techniques, career profiles & resume templates
- Links to services and resources in your local area
- Competitions and downloads
headspace is the National Youth Mental Health Foundation. We help young people who are going through a tough time.
Youth Beyond Blue is a site that helps young people deal with depression, anxiety and bullying.
this site will help you find facts about depression and how you can beat it, it also provides information on how you can help others deal with depression, anxiety ect.
ReachOut.com is Australia’s leading online youth mental health service. It’s the perfect place to start if you’re not sure where to look. Every year it helps hundreds of thousands of young Australians with information support and stories on everything from finding your motivation, through to getting through really tough times.
Cybersmart is a national cybersafety and cybersecurity education program
managed by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), as part of the Australian Government’s commitment to cybersafety. The program is specifically designed to meet the needs of its target audiences of children, young people, parents, teachers and library staff.
Headroom is a project within The Centre for Health Promotion of Women’s and Children’s Health Network (WCHN).
Our aim is to develop ways to promote mental health and wellbeing among young people aged 6-18.
Somazone is a safe space for young people to ask questions, share stories and get help for mental health issues, sexual health, relationships, abuse, body image, and drug use.
Somazone aims to empower young people to address their physical, emotional and social health needs in a way that is relevant and non-judgemental, by providing free and anonymous access to reliable health information.
Somazone is made by young people for young people, and managed by the Australian Drug Foundation.
AntiHate Are you tired of discrimination in your community? Do you feel helpless and find yourself asking “What can i do?” Well there’s now a soultion.
New Anti-hate Spray puts the power of hate removal in your hands. specifically furmulated to combat Racism, homophobia and any other discrimination, Anti-hate spray will leave your community clean and hate free.
Removing hate has never been this easy!
To be a volunteer at SYN, you must be aged 12-25 and be an active member of the organisation. Being a member gives you opportunies to participate in SYN’s training, media making and behind-the-scenes activities.
Right Click Records is an independent youth run record company comprised of budding young artists, entrepreneurs, engineers and technicians. We provide young people with invaluable opportunities to gain experience in the music industry while working to expand Ballarat’s music scene. As an initiative of Lead On Ballarat and the Ballarat Learning Exchange, musicians are able to utilise the excellent recording and multimedia facilities at the BLX. Right Click Records is an innovative collaboration of young people, for young people. With a genuine passion for music, we aim to produce great music and support Ballarat’s music community.
Voice FM is happy to promote and support the work of Right Click Records