Ambassador Board

Following your feedback and insight we have decided to create an Ambassador Board.

The aim is that an Ambassador Board will be formed with two key objectives:

  1. To support the Ambassador Programme and to help make it a fantastic programme for young volunteers
  2. To support the wider objectives of Youth Employment UK and act as a sounding board to the senior leadership team

We now have drafted a Youth Employment UK – Ambassador Board Constitution which includes the creation of 7 official Ambassador Board roles, Ambassadors can nominate themselves for any of the roles available for a 12 month period. Please see the note on role responsibilities, time commitment, meeting dates and applying for a role in the constitution document. Votes will then take place at an Annual General Meeting on the 10th of January (ahead of the webinar we have booked).

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