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Citizenship - Youth Ambassadors - Oxfam
« on: March 05, 2018, 09:17:36 PM »
Oxfam Youth Ambassadors is a great opportunity for secondary school students in England to get creative, get organised and get involved in active global citizenship.
Find out more at oxfam.org.uk/education/global-citizenship/promoting-action/youth-ambassadors

1. It's rewarding.

As well as having fun and making a difference, group members gain a Youth Ambassador badge and certificate in appreciation for their hard work and commitment. Registered groups must use this feedback form to apply.

2. It's a great learning experience.

Youth Ambassadors develop skills such as leadership, teamwork, creativity and initiative, which can be highlighted in CVs, records of achievement and UCAS applications.

3. It counts towards the Duke of Edinburgh's Award.

Oxfam is an Approved Activity Provider for the Duke of Edinburgh's Award.

4. It supports teachers' personal development and helps meet school aims.

Supporting a Youth Ambassadors group is a great opportunity for teachers to motivate and inspire young people, develop new skills and take responsibility for a cross-curricular project. In addition the programme supports curriculum development and helps schools to meet OFSTED criteria. For full curricular links see this teacher's guide.

Teacher's Guide
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