Remote Work(£500 Monthly) volunteer to Become a Coordinator of the Commonwealth Youth Network 

This opportunity is open to young persons 29 years who would like to be a coordinator for the commonwealth Youth Network for climate change in their communities. This opportunity is remote and paid per month the sum of £500.

Participants will be engaged for climate advocacy in their surroundings and paid the certain sum for the period of 12 months

Participants at the Commonwealth Youth Forum With 60% of the Commonwealth’s combined population under the age of 30, the Commonwealth sees young people aged 15 to 29 as assets to a country’s development who should be empowered to realise their potential.

The Commonwealth Secretariat provides technical assistance and support for national, regional, and global youth networks from the Commonwealth Youth Council to the Commonwealth Students Association.

The support from the Commonwealth Youth Programme has spearheaded the establishment of 13 youth networks aimed at tackling topics such as climate change, health, sustainable urbanisation, disability among others for young people aged 15-29.

Youth network opportunities

The Commonwealth Youth Peace Ambassadors Network (CYPAN) and the Commonwealth Youth Climate Change Network (CYCN) are each looking for a young leader to join as a coordinator.

Responsibilities include overseeing the regular management of the network, increasing visibility, outreach, inclusion, and membership, and working closely with the Commonwealth Secretariat.

This is an exciting 12-month opportunity for two individuals who want to make a difference, work on global projects and are passionate about peace or climate change.

Eligibility Criteria

Be a citizen from a Commonwealth country and aged 18 to 29 years at the time of applying

Have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a relevant area (International Development, Planning, Sustainability, International Relations or Environmental Studies) or equivalent experience

Have evidence of strong experience in managing a diverse, regional and/or international network

Have experience and evidence of developing successful communications strategies, and management of a network;

Have strong writing and reporting skills and excellent communication and project management skills

Dedicate 18 hours weekly

Visit below for more information

Commonwealth Youth Peace Ambassadors Network (CYPAN)

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2 thoughts on “Remote Work(£500 Monthly) volunteer to Become a Coordinator of the Commonwealth Youth Network 

  1. Haruna Suleiman on Reply

    I would really love to be a volunteer.
    I prefer to be part of the team and work for your noble establishment.

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