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Your Dreams Your Life, Make It Real Right Now!

2012-11-26 18:27:51

Bayc

Are you between 11 and 25 and do you have a great idea which with some focus, support and access to money! could create something special?

Or are you considering starting your own business or becoming self employed?

Or are you ready to step up and make a life changing career choice?

Or would you like to work for a company that is more interested in who you are rather than than what you know?

If any one or more than one of the above is you, then come along to BAYC and meet some very exciting people and organisations that want to help you explore a range of options that could change how you see your future taking shape!


Bayc

BAYC Mission Statement:

bayc works to create opportunities for positive change in the lives of young people and the communities they live in.

We encourage everyone to think, act and engage with young people in the best ways possible, and we support young people to make their aspirations a reality. bayc is an umbrella organisation dedicated to serving the needs of youth groups in the West Midlands, the Black Country and Birmingham.

It's Your Dream, Your Life... Make it Real, Right Now!

Wednesday 28th November 2012

Early session 1pm to 4pm
Late session 5pm to 8pm

At bayc Hilda Simister House,
581 Pershore Road,
Selly Park,
Birmingham B29 7EL

To book your place Call Anne @ bayc on 0121 460 5870
Any questions? Contact Don Smith via don.smith@bayc.org
For more information visit the website www.bayc.org

Source: bayc.org

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