We are looking for students to become part of the EduSpots organisation by becoming a student ambassador for their school. It is a role where students will be able to develop their leadership skills and one where students will directly see the change they create, with potential to count towards the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. Below we have enlisted how students can get involved in the organisation and help lead change!
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org, we would love to hear from you!
How can students lead change?
- Lead a weekly society on a global development or community action in their school supported by weekly presentations.
- Lead book and sustainable resource drives in their school to ship to our 40 Ghanaian communities.
- Connect with young people from across the world through courses and other platforms.
- Present their work at our annual conference.
- Write blog posts of global issues.
Online Courses – Join our courses on global development, social leadership, sustainability, and social entrepreneurship.
Social Leadership Mentoring – From our experienced team of educators from across the world.
Ambassadors group – Share your ideas with fellow ambassadors and educational ‘catalysts’ in the UK and Ghana.
Claudia, a recent leaver from Malborough College, is one of our student coordinators who following her introduction to the charity through the online development course, became directly involved. During her time at the school she helped organise a book drive alongside many other fundraising events, also travelling to Ghana and speaking at our annual conference in Techiman.
” I developed my passion for cross-cultural discussion and partnerships and consolidated my enthusiasm for sustainable development while also having the opportunity to meet some truly inspiring mentors and other educational catalysts.”