Do you want to become a Young Ambassador for RASASH?

- 28th September

RASASH is a service that supports people aged 13+ who have been affected by sexual violence; we also work to change attitudes in order to stop sexual violence from happening.
We are looking for committed young volunteers between the ages of 13-25 who are interested in standing up against sexual violence. Ambassadors will do this by getting involved in RASASH’s prevention, campaigning and fundraising work. If you would like to learn how to make a positive difference in your community, all while gaining great experience that will open up loads of extra doors in your future, the Young Ambassador program may be for you!      

After a very successful first year of ‘Stand Up! RASASH’ – which included hosting a conference at the Scottish Parliament, a campaign against street harassment and a range of local community activities - we are delighted to be recruiting for new Young Ambassadors for this exciting project.

Stand Up! RASASH is a young person's volunteering project which provides a platform for young Highlanders between the ages of 13-25 to stand up against sexual violence. We have received great feedback from the young people involved in the project’s first year, including feedback on how beneficial the opportunity was in gaining new skills and applying to college/university/jobs. You can find out more about the project here:

In order to provide training to new Ambassadors during the October holidays we ask that applications be returned by **WEDNESDAY THE 28TH OF SEPTEMBER**. (However, we will continue to recruit on a rolling basis after this date.) 

Please see recruitment information and our application form below.


file Stand_Up%21_Young_Ambassador_Role_Description.pdf September 14, 2016
file Stand_Up_Ambassador_Recruitment_Poster.pdf September 14, 2016
file Young_Ambassador_Application_Form.docx September 14, 2016

Posted by Transition Coordinator on 14 September 2016 at 13:39

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