Youth Ambassador Program
The Youth Ambassador Program offers a variety of leadership positions to youth acting as Youth Ambassadors and representing 360°kids in the community.
The Youth Ambassador program will support 360°kids in its mission to help youth overcome crisis and transition to a state of safety and stability. In an effort to engage youth in their community, the Youth Ambassador Program will allow student participants across York Region to engage in programs and activities benefiting 360°kids. Through participation in the program, youth will develop leadership skills and become more engaged in their school and communities. By engaging youth with 360°kids, we are able to bring new ideas and a fresh perspective into our goals and future projects.
We’re educating and empowering tomorrow’s leaders
- Be mentored
- Gain Volunteer hours
- Learn about social issues and make an impact
- Learn how to take on leadership roles in your community
Youth participating in the Youth Ambassador Program will be asked to attend meetings and events throughout the year and to help communicate and educate their schools and community. Commitment to the Program is crucial to the success of Youth Ambassadors.
Applications For 2023-2024 Program are now closed.
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360°kids works with individuals, corporate, school and community groups to provide both financial and in-kind donations to help support our work to assist at-risk and homeless youth.
In-kind donations from the community such as non-perishable food, clothing and hygiene items help keep our costs down so that more of your donation dollars can go towards direct programming, equipment needs and support to the youth.
Funds raised by 360°kids are invested back into our organization in improving and expanding the supports offered to vulnerable youth so that they can become stable, well-adjusted adults who contribute to the community.