You’ve done a workcamp?
Your engagement with Chantiers jeunesse has left unforgettable memories?
You want to share your ideas and tell others about your experience?
You deeply believe in our mission and you want to promote youth engagement, openness towards others and the world and intercultural exchanges?
You want to help other young adults pursue an extraordinary journey and spread the good words about Chantiers jeunesse?
Become an ambassador!
Being an ambassador is a volunteer commitment for former and actual CJ volunteers who wish to pursue and increase their engagement with Chantiers jeunesse
Keep an eye on events and activities where we could promote our mission;
Participate in different activities such as conferences and national events;
Contribute to the CJ blog by writing about your experiences as a volunteer and as an ambassador
Be a part of the decision making regarding the future of Chantiers jeunesse
To participate in fun and interesting activities, conferences and trainings for free;
To learn new professional skills;
To enhance your leadership;
To stay engaged by participating in a variety of stimulating events;
To meet other engaged youth and expand your network;
To have an impact on Chantier jeunesse’s approach by sharing your thoughts, ideas and opinions;
To share your experience, recruit new volunteers and ensure that other youths will experience this unique adventure!
It’s a renewable one year mandate;
It will require a day per month on average depending on the calendar (some months might be busier than others);
You will have access to a private member space with all the information and reference material you’ll need to be an ambassador.
Do you meet all these criteria?
Great! You are eligible to become an ambassador!
Please send us a 1-2 pages motivation letter OR a video to tell us :
You have until 5 PM on Monday, September 3rd to send your application at email@example.com
We will select up to 4 ambassadors and they will be officially introduced during the Volunteers meetup on September 28-29th.