Skip to content

Region's Children and Youth Planning Table searching for ambassadors

Youth will work with likeminded individuals to ensure a diverse range of voices are heard in the community
The City of Airdrie is launching two surveys aimed at youth ages 12 to 24, in hopes of creating a better engagment strategy for the community.
The Children and Youth Planning Table is accepting applications for ambassadors to promote their Youth Impact Survey.

The Children and Youth Planning Table of Waterloo Region is seeking eight to 10 ambassadors to help promote the 2023 Youth Impact Survey.

The organization strives to amplify the voice and maximize the well-being of young residents throughout the region.

Youth who are selected to be ambassadors will be promoting the survey on social media and attending events. They’ll play a critical role in engaging with voices within the community, with an emphasis on those that are traditionally underrepresented.

The three month commitment, which will require both virtual and in-person work, will begin the week of April 17 and end the week of June 12. Approximately three to six hours of time will be required per week.

Ambassadors will be given an honorarium for their work ensuring a wide range of diverse youth have their voices heard within the region.

Residents under the age of 18 in Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo, Wellesley, Wilmot and Woolwich are welcome to apply.

The deadline to apply is April 4, with the survey launching May 1.

To apply visit