We are a municipal service of attention, guidance and advice on all those aspects that interest young people between 12 and 35 years. We offer personalized attention on: Housing, education, courses, activities, vacations, scholarships, grants, youth programs, studies, informative sessions, work orientation, training, cultural offer, citizen participation, volunteering …. If you have any questions about any theme, we will know what to do to help you (or we will try it very hard)!
Do you want to make a workshop with us? Would you like to prepare a talk about issues that affect youth? Enter and ask us.
If you are an educational center, a youth group, an organization for young people … and you want to meet us (to establish collaborations, organize activities, request the assignment of spaces …), do not hesitate to contact us.
You will find free access to our computers and help if you have any questions about the Internet.
Come and connect with your computer, mobile phone, tablet …
INFO JOVE PEGO
In the following schedule:
It is a personal and non-transferable document that certifies its holder as the beneficiary of the services it entails, and mainly consists in offering young people services and advantages to facilitate their mobility and intercommunication, as well as to enable their access to goods and services of a social, cultural, economic, educational, recreational, sports, consumption, transport and similar nature.
This program is being developed jointly with the rest of the autonomous communities and with more than 40 countries in the European environment that make up the Association of the European Youth Card (EYCA), an institution based in Brussels, which guarantees the reciprocity of benefits in the different affiliated countries.
As always, being the holder of the Youth Card implies benefiting from important advantages in different places in Europe that you can consult on these pages. Types of cards you can choose
This card is issued, within the scope of the Valencian Community, by the following entities:
For more information, visit the IVAJ web site.
The hostel card in the different modalities (adult, juvenile, family and group) allows you to stay in all the hostels of the International Youth Hostels Federation (IYHF), more than 4,200 hostels located in 60 countries around the world . To this Federation they belong the Spanish Network of Youth Hostels (REAJ) and the Network of Juvenile Facilities of the Generalitat Valenciana.
|Youth||From 14 to 29 years old.||1 year-5 € / 2 years-8 €|
|Adult||Older than 30 years.||1 year-10 € / 2 years -16 €|
|Family||Couples and their children under 14 years.||1 year-5 € / 2 years-8 €|
|Group||At least 10 people.||1 year-16 € / 2 years-25 €|
The validity of the cards is 1 or 2 years after the date of issue.
To request them, the original or photocopy of the DNI, NIE or Passport must be presented.
International student cards (ISIC), Professor (ITIC) and Young (IYTC) allow you to obtain discounts at museums, cultural events and other services around the world.
These credentials were created by international associations that oversee the promotion of international youth tourism, such as the ISTC (International Student Travel Confederation), born in 1949, or FIYTO (International Federation of Youth Tourism Organizations), that in the year 2000 celebrated the 50th anniversary.
They are not-for-profit organizations and have the support of entities such as UNESCO (since 1968) or the World Tourism Organization. The ISTC organization recently incorporated a 24-hour telephone helpline and the IsicConnect software package, which allows you to make communications by fax, telephone and email.
|Student (ISIC)||Students of the current full-time academic course and have more than 12 years.||€ 9|
|Professor (ITIC)||Teachers active||€ 9|
|Young (IYTC)||Young people between 12 and 30 years||9 €|
Do you need support to process the negative certificate of the central register of sexual offenses?
This is an indispensable document for the access and exercise of professionals, offices and activities that involve regular contact with minors.
*Where can I request it?In police stations and on the Internet.
At the Information Point you can ask about any doubt about educational topics, whether it is an academic training or non-formal education.
When a stage ends and a new one is started, many doubts arise about what to study later.
They are an opportunity to cross borders so that a tolerant and plural youth, like Valencian, wherever he goes, shows that he is willing to make himself understood and understand others; in a word, to communicate with the rest of people.
Traveling to other countries opens new expectations, helps you get to know - and get to know yourself - and, moreover, for the study of languages there is nothing like direct experience and immersion.
In addition, in our town we can find these academies of English:
En aquesta secció podràs trobar recursos en la recerca de treball i ferramentes que t’ajuden a aconseguir el teu objectiu.
The Juvenile Guarantee is an initiative promoted by the European Union whose basic purpose is to reduce juvenile unemployment, with special emphasis on young people who do not They study or work. In order to ensure equality of opportunity in the labor market through measures that offer an offer adapted to their needs as a young person; In the form of job offers, training or business practices.
The Europass Supplement is a document attached to an official Training Title Professional, aimed at facilitating the understanding to third parties, in particular to employers or institutions of another country, of the meaning of the Title in terms of the competences acquired by its holder.
The Europass Supplement is not a substitute for the official title but one
The objective is to offer activities that respond to the real needs of the young population of the territory, working according to the demands that come from the rest of services, facilities, entities … as well as the same young people.
Hostels: Youth hostels, as well as providing lodging and maintenance to lounges that, individually or in groups, use the services, are ideal places for to the development of a series of activities that can range from the practice of sports, to cultural, tourist or simply recreational purposes. In addition, hostels, due to their particular characteristics, are the ideal places for Encounter of people of different nationalities, races and cultures, and allow a climate and coexistence that makes possible the cultural exchange and shared experiences.
In Pego, we can find these youth associations:
From the moment that a group of young people decides to meet to carry out activities under the denominator of a common interest, an associative movement is born. Before starting any management in front of the Administration, it must be clear what you want to achieve, specific objectives, operational bases and how to carry them out. The right of association is recognized in article 22 of the Spanish Constitution, within the Title First, “Of fundamental rights and duties.” The creation of an association is determined by what is established in Organic Law 1/2002, of March 22, regulating Association Law, published in the BOE no. 73, of March 26, 2002. (See procedure) Regarding the modification of the statutes, it can be found here.
An association will be considered juvenile, when it is constituted in accordance with the provisions of Organic Law 1/2002 of March 22 and Royal Decree 397/1988, of April 22, which regulates the registration of youth associations, whose members have ages between 14 and 30 years, who are not subject to a specific legal regime and develop their activities within the territory of the Valencian Community.
For the registration of a youth organization or association in the Census of Youth Associations and Entities Providing of Services to Youth, it is necessary to present, in the registers of the IVAJ, or in any other recognized by the Generalitat, the following instance accompanied by the following documents:
If you see that every day you are more pessimistic of your diet and lose weight; If you avoid eating, or eat and then vomit; If you do a lot of exercise to lose weight, you may have an anorexia or bulimia problem.
Anorexia and bulimia are characterized by an obsessive fear of gaining weight.
The person who presents anorexia eats little, selectively, exercises and usually uses purgatives or diuretics.
In bulimia, the person gets fed up with food hidden. When you finish you feel guilty, you vomit and try to avoid weight gain, exercising or taking laxatives and diuretics.
They are NOT mania, nor bad behaviors, but psychiatric illnesses that require help.
What do you have to do?
Of the drugs, surely you have heard speak, who knows if in a contradictory way. Maybe they’ve sometimes frightened you when they told you what they have, but you should also have said that nothing happens if you take it. Maybe they have even encouraged you to consume it. What do you think? Here is the information you need to be fully aware of the risks you are experiencing and decide on what attitude you take with drugs.
The Ministry has a Network of prevention and assistance in drug addiction and other addictive disorders in the school, family and community areas
Information on different psychoactive substances, effects and risks associated with their consumption. They also have frequent questions about the consumption of:
If your partner treats you badly and uses violence, you should do something. Although it is difficult for you to take the step, with the support of your loved ones and specialized professionals, you will be able to re-evaluate yourself and break with the circle of abuse.
If it’s your case, call 016, a free phone number for Gender Violence that works 24 hours a day, guarantees confidentiality and will be attended by professionals.
Remember, YOU ARE NOT SOLE, WE ARE WITH YOU.
LINKS OF INTEREST
Anti-bulling: line of help against school violence. Ministry of education, culture and sports. School coexistence and violence prevention.