Youth Ambassador Programme – Recruitment 2024!

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Shape. Influence. Grow.

The Haemophilia Society youth ambassador programme was created to amplify the voices of
young people with bleeding disorders. Both within the Haemophilia Society and in the wider community.

It also opens up a network of young people with similar experiences and the opportunity to develop a range of skills to further them in their lives and careers.

Register your interest today and learn more about the programme. We are recruiting members with a bleeding disorder aged between 18-26 and you must be living in the UK. We cannot accept applications from overseas.

Why join us?

We’ve helped young people with bleeding disorders:

  • develop new skills
  • build their confidence
  • further their careers
  • champion issues close to their hearts
  • learn new skills
  • and much more

Find out more in our information back.

How to get involved:

Applications will open in January 2024. In the meantime, express your interest by completing the short form below. This will ensure you’re kept up to date with all developments and be alerted as soon as applications are open.

    Register your interest - Youth Ambassador Programme

    Contact Details

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    Introductory Weekend:

    Date and timings: 7.30pm Friday 22 – 1pm Sunday 24 March 2024

    Location: Holiday Inn Leicester City

    Address : 129 St. Nicholas Circle, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE1 5LX

    During this weekend, immerse yourself in a supportive environment where you’ll:

    • Connect with others who understand life with a bleeding disorder
    • Meet current YAs and learn about their experiences
    • Learn more about your National Member Organisation and explore what THS offers its Youth Ambassadors, for example, significant professional networking opportunities and access to global partnerships with organisations like the European Haemophilia Consortium and World Federation of Hemophilia
    • Gain insights into the role and responsibilities of being a YA
    • Fun networking activity on the Saturday afternoon
    • Travel, food and accommodation costs covered.

    Don’t worry if you can’t attend the weekend; you can still apply. We will carefully consider all applications and we’ll keep you informed.

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    Contact Us:

    For any queries, please reach out to Julia Collins and Nicola Sugg via [email protected] and [email protected]