Lifetracks personalisation, blogs and youth support
Java youth engaging website
YouthNet were the first online only charity, founded in 1995. One of their projects, called Lifetracks, includes a whole programme of on-the-ground and online services for 16 to 25 year-olds. Part of the the web delivery includes a Java website built primarily by YouthNet's in-house developers using GOSS iCM.
Users are encouraged to create profiles, blog about their experiences, help others or ask questions. A portfolio of advice is offered from how to get into further education, how to break into the job market and how to give back to the community by developing personal skills. Within each section, tasks are identified which users can add to their profiles as a "to do" list of actions.