The European Youth Card Association (EYCA) have an exciting opportunity for young people aged 18-29!
EYCA is a group of 40 member organisations in 38 countries across Europe. Through the promotion of youth mobility and active citizenship, as well as by providing access to fantastic opportunities and discounts across Europe, they aim to empower Europe's young people. Young Scot is a founding member of EYCA and is committed to making sure that young people are at the heart of EYCA's workAs an EYCA Youth Panel member, you will be asked to provide insights into the challenges, experiences and priorities of young Europeans today. You will also act as Youth Ambassadors for the European Youth Card – promoting the programmes and opportunities offered to your friends and peers. Plus, you can receive EYCA support to organise activities in your community relating to issues you feel passionate about.
- One-of-a-kind leadership programme with like-minded young people from across Europe;
- The unique opportunity to make your voice heard at the European level, with one of the largest networks dedicated exclusively to young people;
- The opportunity to make a difference and enact change for young people in your community and abroad;
- The possibility to travel across Europe for meetings and events.
EYCA is keen to receive applications from young people from all communities and backgrounds.
Thank you for reading and registering your interest to become an EYCA Youth Ambassador.
The deadline for applications is the 31st of December 2020.
Find out more information and apply to become an EYCA Youth Panel Member.
Collect 50 points
Your points code is: EC199V7X
EYCA is the European Youth Card Association - a non-governmental, not-for-profit association of 40 member organisations in 38 countries across Europe.
EYCA member organisations issue the European Youth Card to 7 million young people and strive to achieve their vision of a Europe where all young people are mobile and active. EYCA aim to encourage more young people to be socially, culturally, educationally, and economically mobile by delivering quality European Youth Card services and by contributing to better youth policy.
Find out more at www.eyca.org