Ambassador Brochure The City of Pasadena Northwest Programs Division has a great program to provide high school students with on the job experience at special events throughout the year with the City and other non-profit agencies. To qualify for the program, the student must attend a local Pasadena high school, obtain parental permission, and complete the registration process. Download Ambassador BrochureFor more information or to be placed on the Ambassador Youth Program waiting list please email contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Are you interested in the Ambassador Program? If you can respond "Yes" to the following questions, please fill out the form below.Do you attend a school in the Pasadena Unified School District? Are you in the 9th to 11th grade? Do you have a 2.5 GPA? Please provide the following information to be added to the wait list for the Ambassador Program: Name Address City / State / Zip School Grade E-mail address Contact number Staff will contact you by email when applications are available.
The Ambassador Youth Program began in 2001 to provide job experience to high school students through participation at special events held by non-profit and for-profit organizations in the City of Pasadena. The Program provides opportunities for each Ambassador to gain valuable work experience as docents, attendants, event planners, and as spokespersons for the program. A recent poll asked Ambassadors what they liked about the program. These are a few of their responses: “I have learned how to work with others” “Exposure to new opportunities” "Helping the community” "Meeting new people” "Networking with other youth groups and organizations“ Proud supporters of the City of Pasadena Ambassador Youth Program:-Villa Park Community Center-NATHA -Flintridge Center-YWCA -Pasadena Playhouse District -Pasadena Heritage -Ability First -Day One -Ideal Youth-Jackie Robinson Center-Pasadena NOW Program-Robinson Park-Pasadena Hot Meals-Bright Future Scholars-Victory Park
If you need youth ambassadors at your next event, meeting, festival, or exhibition, complete the information below at least two weeks in advance. The youth are between the ages of 14 and 18.Name of Organization Address City / Zip Contact Name Telephone E-mail Location / Address of Event / Date of Event
Event Description / Duties
Dress Code Requirement (Standard Dress is Amabassador T-shirt and Jeans) Event Details and Beginning and Ending time / Number of Hours Required / Meeting Location
Parking on premises? Total number of youth required? Can you pay youth?
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