This innovative program is an equity service model for all youth. Honoring youth and students who cannot ordinarily do traditional service. Created by an educator, the Youth Ambassador Program is rooted in project-based activism, with an enhanced focus on digital activism, and fully supported by American SPCC. Our projects and digital campaigns are aimed at promoting awareness and education of child abuse, and advocating for children’s rights. So easy, anyone can do it. All you need is two minutes, a cell phone or a computer.
Using the power of the internet to make a difference
Take action! Grab your phone or computer and get started today spreading “youth-inspired solutions to end abuse” and raising awareness of the epidemic of child abuse in America. It’s that easy!
“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”
― Anne Frank
- Individual volunteer students and youth leaders
- Certified teachers and counselors (click for info)
More Info About Projects:
- American SPCC provides regular project suggestions
- Projects are service-based (non-fundraising)
- Projects are focused towards digital activism & #hashtag campaigns
So easy, anyone can do it…
Grab your cell phone or computer
And, get started
It’s that easy!
- Join the Youth Ambassador Program
- Select the featured project from our website
- Spread the word through social media channels
- Share & tweet our projects & campaigns
- Tag us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
- Sharing promotes exponential growth for social change
- Ask friends and fellow students to join the Youth Ambassador Program
- Encourage fellow students, friends, and family to support the project(s)
- Youth Ambassadors are encouraged to suggest their own service projects
- For self-suggested projects, submit the proposal form first for approval
- American SPCC projects are eligible for service hours (verified by faculty)
- We may also offer appropriate projects from our network of partners
- Feel free to send us project feedback (photos, videos, etc.)
Achievement incentives are available to Youth Ambassadors. They range from stickers, certificates, badges, and titles. Larger incentives, such as internships and scholarships, are under consideration and may be added to the program at a later date.