PCA Georgia’s Ambassador Program engages emerging leaders in a 10-month long cohort to help promote the prevention of child abuse and strengthen families in their communities. Through educational workshops and hand-on experiences, PCA Georgia Ambassadors will come away with leadership skills to positively impact the lives of children and families across the state.
This program is designed for college students, young professionals, or community members looking to gain knowledge and skills to make a difference.
PCA Georgia Ambassadors will come away with leadership skills to positively impact the lives of children and families across the state. In addition to workshops focusing on the primary prevention of child abuse and neglect, participants will learn about the critical role PCA Georgia and other partnering organizations play in prevention, understand more about the structure and fundraising needs of nonprofits, and explore their leadership skills through direct learning experiences.
The proposed program will engage emerging leaders in a 10-month long cohort that includes four components: monthly workshops and networking; fundraising; in-person volunteer experiences; and hosting an awareness event.
We invite you to be part of a cohort of awareness-minded individuals while networking with a variety of leaders in the field. You will develop leadership skills applicable to non-profits and social causes while making a positive impact on children and families in your community.
Applications Open in April 2024 and close May 31, 2024. Notification of application acceptance will occur in early June 2024.
- Show a demonstrated commitment to serving the community
- Commit to full participation in the program
- Be easily accessible by e-mail and/or mobile phone
- Interest in learning about child abuse prevention and advocating to strengthen families
- 20 years and older
- Pass a criminal background