Roles and Responsibilities as an ambassador:

Participation: You will be involved in different activities, like going to events, answering surveys, and talking about the project with other students at your school and ambassadors from other schools and countries.

Recruitment: You will help us to involve other young people in this research project by sharing information with your friends and other students in your school.

Bootcamps: There will be the opportunity for some student ambassadors to attend one of the project Bootcamps. These will be held in another European country and will last 2-3 days (including travelling). If selected, you will travel with one of your teachers and other student ambassadors. At the camps we will do fun activities and workshops, to help us get to know one another. We will ask you to try out the app that has been created and tell us (the researchers) what you think about it, so it can be improved.  The bootcamps will be arranged and paid for by the Bootstrap project.

Time commitment: This role will require 1-2 hours of your time each month, depending on the different stages of the project. You will be invited to be part of this research project for the whole school year.  If you enjoy it, you are very welcome to join for longer, up to three years in total.

Training and support: You will receive training and support for the activities we ask you to do. This will be provided by members of the research team, with some online sessions and then face to face at the Bootcamps.