United Nations Volunteers (UNV) and UNICEF Youth Advocates Programme 2018/2019

United Nations Volunteers (UNV) and UNICEF Youth Advocates Programme 2018/2019

Deadline: April 30, 2018

Applications are open for UNV and UNICEF Youth Advocates Programme 2018. The Youth Advocates programme, developed by UNICEF in partnership with the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme, offers young people between the ages of 18 and 24 an avenue to act as agents of change.

A total of 38 national and 12 international assignments are available for 2018-2019 in 33 different countries across the UNICEF network. Youth, youth with disabilities and from minority groups are highly encouraged to apply by the deadline of end April 2018.

Through a one-year UN Youth Volunteer placement in a UNICEF regional or country office, young people have the opportunity to work on youth participation and youth engagement projects that make a difference for every child. The volunteer assignment promises to be a transformational experience for the Youth Advocates as they undergo a customized learning plan starting with an induction workshop, followed by e-learning courses, coaching sessions, mentoring and, finally, a career transition workshop at the end of the assignment.

The programme is part of UNICEF’s ongoing efforts to support young people and children as agents of change through participation and engagement.

Eligibility

  • Must be aged between 18 and 24
  • Must have competed secondary education
  • Must have demonstrated commitment to peace and development through academic, extra-curricular and volunteer activities
  • Must have working knowledge of English
  • Youth with disabilities and youth from minority groups are highly encouraged to apply

Application

Applications are accepted through the end of April 2018.  Please note that application deadlines may vary per position.

To apply, kindly refer to the international and national UN Volunteer assignments that are part of the 2018-2019 Youth Advocates Programme.

International Assignments

National Assignments

For more information, visit Youth Advocates Programme.

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