Results Service

Helen Robinson 10 August 2016
The Medway Youth Trust YES Service is providing support for Young People whatever their exam results. Read More

Young Carers logo competition winners announced

Kayleigh Mallia 01 October 2015
Thank you to all of the Young People from Medway Schools who have submitted a logo entry into our competition! We had over 150 entries and such a variety of amazing designs. Read More

MYT takes part in the Kent & Medway Business Games 2015

Kayleigh Mallia 24 July 2015
On Friday 10th July, 3 teams from MYT took part in the first ever Medway Business Games at Strood Leisure Centre run by the Kent Workplace Challenge to try and encourage people to be more active in their working lives. Read More

CDI Regional Meeting

Kayleigh Mallia 23 March 2015
The Careers Development Institute [CDI] held its inaugural South East regional meeting on Monday 16th March at the Innovation Centre in Chatham. Over thirty delegates travelled from Medway, Kent, Essex and London to participate in what we anticipate will be a regular event. Read More

STEM Event with Chatham Grammar School for Girls

Ian Salt 13 March 2015
This month TrustCareers and Chatham Grammar School for Girls co-hosted an exciting evening around STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) subjects. Read More

MYT to support Young Carers in Medway

Kayleigh Mallia 10 August 2014
We are delighted to have been entrusted by Medway Council to provide support for Medway’s many young carers between 2014-2017. Read More

Sue Mcleod

Kayleigh Mallia 24 July 2014
It is with great sadness that we share the death of Sue Mcleod, a founding trustee of MYT having joined in 2008. Read More

MYT Trustee Recruitment

Kayleigh Mallia 24 July 2014
Our Trustees play a vital role in steering the organisation's strategic objectives, and now we need to recruit more Trustees to join our board. Read More

Results change everything

Kayleigh Mallia 05 June 2014
In each edition of our newsletter we will share a young person’s story to show the difference we make. Real stories, real lives and results change everything. Here is T’s story. Read More

Boosting active citizenship

Kayleigh Mallia 05 June 2014
One of the four key priority areas in our MYT Theory of Change is to develop active citizenship. Read More