City of Bunbury is hacking in to bring its popular Life Hacks program online.
Virtual Life Hacks aims to help young people further develop the skills and tools they need for adulthood.
The free online series will cover seven topics to help equip young people with a knowledge boost in areas such as fitness, study, food, finance and employment.
The Life Hacks program was piloted by the City last year at Bunbury Public Library and was well-received by the community.
Bunbury Mayor Gary Brennan said the program provided a valuable opportunity for the City’s youth.
“The City is proud to be able to provide this unique program for the younger members of our community and I hope many will take part,” Mayor Brennan said.
“On behalf of the City, thank you to the experts for hosting the sessions with many volunteering their time.”
The online series will be available live via Zoom from 4.30pm every Thursday afternoon starting today (May 21) and continuing to the end of term two (July 2).
The sessions will involve experts in each field sharing their tips and resources for success, and will include an interactive workshop and question time.
The program is aimed towards young people, but anyone with an interest to take part – the young-at-heart, parents, carers etc. – are encouraged to do so.