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About the Position
Position # 2208
OrganizationON COVID-19 Project
Position Students for Herd Immunity Ambassador
Location Virtual
Impact Statement Students for Herd Immunity is a Canadian non-profit working to disseminate accurate, age-appropriate, and culturally-relevant information about COVID-19 vaccines as a pivotal step to ending the COVID-19 pandemic. We have a strong focus on engaging students and collaborating with local academic, political, religious, and cultural leaders to sustainably mobilize communities at the grassroots level.
Description Students for Herd Immunity’s ambassadorship program is a 5-session program aimed to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and confidence needed to bring accurate and age-appropriate information about COVID-19 vaccines to the classroom. Developed in consultation with educators from the Harvard Teacher Fellows, Toronto District School Board, and Teach for America, Students for Herd Immunity’s ambassadorship program helps prepare middle school, high school, and college students to lead conversations about COVID-19 vaccines and vaccination efforts in their local communities.
Training Details Ambassadors will meet virtually for one hour-long trainings once a week for 5 consecutive weeks. As part of the training, volunteers will learn about the importance of vaccines, about dispelling common COVID-19 vaccine myths, how to make compelling presentations, and how to identify community leaders.
Minimum Duration 3 months or less
Timing Weekend - Daytime
Time Detail Weekly commitment will be between 1-3 hours
Age 13+
Ideal for An Individual
Area(s) of Interest Children/Youth, Communication/Public Relations, Health Care/Emergency, COVID-19
Skill(s) Public Speaking/Presentation Skills, Accountability, Self-Motivation
How to Apply
Application Link:
Website https://oncovid19project.com/
Email Send an Email Message
Contact Cha Cha Yang
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