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Vaasa has six youth clubs and a youth café. Rock School offers rock and pop lessons, including gigs and song writing for young people. Youth council influences the decision making in Vaasa.

Services for youth

  • Child-friendly municipality

    The Child-Friendly Municipality framework, facilitated by UNICEF, equips local authorities with tools to prioritise children's welfare within their administrative functions and everyday services. This model ensures the rights of all children, particularly those most vulnerable, are upheld.

  • General upper secondary school

    General upper secondary education given in is post-comprehensive school general education that provides the qualifications for studying at universities, universities of applied sciences, and in vocational education based on the upper secondary school curriculum.

  • Kuula-opisto

    Cello, flute or dance? We offer a wide range of music and dance education for children, adolescents and even adults.

  • Meeting places

    Would you like to get to know your neighbours? Are you looking for new friends? Do you sometimes feel lonely? Here are some examples of places where you can go to meet other people and spend time in good company!

  • The project Skapa i Vasaregionen

    The aim of the project is to improve the accessibility and equality of art education for children and young people as well as to increase the range of art education.

  • Vocational Training

    Vocational training is aimed at both young people and adults at different stages of life.

  • Young people’s Influence

    It is important for everyone to be heard and everyone to be given the right to influence their own affairs.





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