Youth Social Media Ambassadors
Become a social media ambassador and help #wagepeace across the web! You will help support the Communications team in expanding YP’s reach on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram. Share YP content and surf the web to find other awesome youth and peacebuilding stories, events, projects, and resources. Our website needs new content! We could use your help in finding guest bloggers to share their stories about waging peace or if you're visually creative lend a hand in graphic design and/or video development.

Read the full position description here:

Are you between the ages of 13 and 17 years old?
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Please provide your email address
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From what country and city will you be based while serving in this role?
You may note multiple locations and dates.
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Your social media profile(s)
You may include any social media profile you have that is public. This can be a Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or Instagram account, or a blog. This is optional and only to be used for an example of your use of social media and/or writing skills.
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Why are you interested in this role?
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What skills and experience would you bring to this role?
If available, please provide links to any relevant examples of your work or projects, such as: videos, websites, articles, images, etc.
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Please provide the names and emails of at least two references who have observed you in a leadership or academic role other than your parents.
This could be a teacher who knows you well, a boy or girl Scout's club leader, or a faith leader you have worked with in your community.
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When is the soonest you could start this role?
What is a reasonable number of hours you are willing to offer to this role weekly?
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