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#iwill wants YOU Ambassador nominations 2016 now open!

8 July 2016

Apply, or nominate a young person, to join the ranks of young #iwill ambassadors today, a pool of young inspirational people from across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, and join them as ambassadors for the #iwill campaign; making youth social action a part of life for as many young people as possible.

Since the campaign launched in 2013, we have selected 100 brilliantly inspiring young people from across the UK to represent youth social action, in action. They were nominated by our partners to represent the many different routes to getting involved in social action.

We selected them as shining examples of young people aged 10-20 who have made social action a part of their lives. Since then, our ambassadors have shared their stories on behalf of #iwill.

Some of them have met HRH The Prince of Wales & joined in his first ever Google + Hangout. Others have networked with CEOs, sports stars, and TV celebrities. Some have made presentations, speeches, and blogs all about their experiences; some of them have appeared on TV, national radio, in national newspapers, regional newspapers and even in the #iwill newsletter!

They’ve inspired young people to get involved in youth social action; inspired businesses to pledge to the campaign; inspired heads & principals to embed youth social action into the ethos of their school or college. They’ve won awards and presented awards; and they’ve all said #iwill.

So now we ask, will you?

Apply, or nominate a young person, to join the ranks of young #iwill ambassadors today, a pool of young inspirational people from across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, and join them as ambassadors for the #iwill campaign; making youth social action a part of life for as many young people as possible.

IF YOU WANT TO NOMINATE a young person, head to http://bit.do/iwillambassador

OR NOMINATE YOURSELF at http://bit.do/iwillambassadorform

Deadline is 8th July!