Deputy Centre Manager
Like many young people that come to the club I started volunteering at the junior club, and then became a member of staff at the age of eighteen. I went on to complete my NVQ Level 2 and 3 in Youth Work and I have completed an NVQ Level 3 in Management (Technical Certificate).More about Paul Carlton
Development Officer & Assistant Leader
I have been at the club for almost 5 years now, i started off as a volunteer and quickly progressed on to be one of the clubs first Apprentices. After completing my level 2 apprenticeship, I became the Centre’s Youth Development officer. As the YDO I worked closely with the centre’s management team, to provide assistance in the day-to-day running and development of the club. I have recently started studying a BA Hons Degree in Childhood and Youth Studies with the Open University.More about Keanan Bartram
Youth Worker & Cafe supervisor
I work the inclusion and senior sessions which are held on Monday evenings. I have studied a variety of courses at a range of Levels, some of these include: Diploma in Working with Young People and their Communities (DMU), Child Protection & First Aid, Level 2 Leadership and a Level 3 in Children’s Care Learning.More about Rebekah Cochrane
I started at Eyes Monsell club for young people two years ago. I wanted to work to help young people, i developed a role within the Eyres Monsell club club for young people working at the Junior and Inclusions sessions every week.
I have just finished a NVQ Level 2 in Challenging Behaviour. I also enrolled into safeguarding training which I enjoyed. I will be looking forward to developing and adding to my skills in my near future.More about Jess Kenna
I have been at the club for over 6 years now, i started off as a volunteer helping out in the junior and inclusion sessions. Last year I got the opportunity to become a youth worker in one of the junior sessions. This means I now work every Thursday evening. Alongside this myself and a fellow youth worker, have set up our very own Dance group. This is called ‘Monsell Movers’, and we run every Thursday evening from 6:30 till 8pm.
Youth work is something I have always been passionate about and the Centre has aided me in securing a place at DMU, studying BSc Paramedicine this year.
More about Kate Green