The WLF Ambassador Program aims to bring together individuals from all over the world to be a local voice and fundraise for literacy in their schools, universities, communities or social groups. The deadline is on 14 June 2020.
Throughout the 4-month program, Ambassadors will be trained to develop their leadership and advocacy skills. Participants will also learn about literacy as a human right and support the WLF’s project in Colombia.
Every year, the World Literacy Foundation recruit and train leaders from all over the world. Young people develop their leadership and advocacy skills and support the education of vulnerable children. This year, all funds raised by ambassadors will go towards WLF’s literacy program in Colombia. Ambassadors will take on a role within a global organization and gain leadership, communication, fundraising, and PR skills.
World Literacy Foundation strives to ensure that every young individual regardless of geographic location has the opportunity to acquire reading skills to reach their full potential, succeed at school and beyond. They provide free access to quality education materials and innovative solutions that target wide-scale illiteracy in USA, UK, Australia, Africa and South America.
The deadline is on 14 June 2020.
- WLF Ambassadors are aspiring community leaders who are passionate about literacy and education
- As part of the application process, candidates should state the reasons of applying for the program and provide a recent high-resolution photo
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