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- About Mas
TRAILS (Teamwork, Respect, Attitude, Independence, Life, Skills) is designed to change the direction of at-risk 16–24-year-olds across Adelaide. Lighthouse Youth Projects (LYP) team of former and current pro BMX bike riders and youth mentors will take participants on a journey of personal change. Each day, they will work as a team to build bike trails, care for parklands and maintain bikes – before setting off to hit the jumps and learn tricks as a reward for their effort. Throughout, mentors will challenge negative behaviours and develop participants’ sense of respect, resilience and goals. Along the way, Mas’ facilitators will work to develop their life skills and employability through a range of hands-on lessons, mentoring, training and work exposure – leading to employment and training outcomes.
Who is it for?
Young people at risk of entering the youth justice system.
What is the aim of the program?
How does it work?
Participants will attend the program two days per week structured as followed:
When is the next intake?
19th May 2022 at WOTSO (The Loft) 217 Flinders St, Adelaide CBD.
Is there a daily schedule?
All sessions will be based within the Adelaide CBD to ensure accessibility for all. From there Mas and Lighthouse Youth Projects will provide transport to the LYP shovel and shred practical sessions.
Lighthouse Youth Projects Inc is a registered charity and volunteer supported not-for-profit organisation sharing a love of riding and living life to the fullest. They strive to help kids at risk of not being amazing, empowering young people for a successful future.
Lighthouse Youth Projects work with young people regardless of circumstance, supporting them into positive pathways through our diverse range of programs. Above all, they also offer a range of community events, BMX and MTB coaching, along with life skills mentoring.