Become a VicSRC Ambassador

Do you want to find your student voice, create change with students from across Victoria and represent your peers through VicSRC? Then VicSRC Ambassadors is for you!

VicSRC Ambassadors are Victorian students in years 6-10 who work together to create real, student-led change in their schools and communities.

Applications for Semester 2 are now open and will close on Monday 25 July.

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Being on the Ambassadors has helped me build my confidence and has genuinely changed my life

What's changed in 2022

The 2022 VicSRC Ambassadors program will run in two parts. Ambassadors will join for the first semester of the year, and then have the option to stay on for the second semester.

If spots are available, applications to become an Ambassador for Semester 2 will open in June.

Semester 1

(March – June)

Work with an Action Team to create student-led change in your school based on the 2021 Congress priorities.

Semester 2 (optional)

(July – November)

Continue working on the same issue or choose a new one. After Congress, have the opportunity to be part of the team that finalises VicSRC's Action Plans for the next year.

What your time as an Ambassador will look like

  • Attend regular meetings with all VicSRC Ambassadors.

  • Work with an Action Team of Ambassadors to plan and implement actions in your school on your chosen issue from the VicSRC Advocacy Platform.

  • Learn about student voice, advocacy and how to create change!

  • Represent VicSRC at your school.

  • Regularly report back to VicSRC on how your projects are going.

  • Work, collaborate and communicate with fellow Ambassadors and other VicSRC students and staff. This includes reading and replying to emails.

  • Represent VicSRC and students at different education events throughout the year (optional).

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I highly suggest VicSRC Ambassadors to any students who want to have their voice heard and want to improve their student voice actions. I'm glad I was a part of this program, and I'm going to miss it and everyone involved.