HOPE FOR SUCCESS
The HOPE Ambassador Program is an exciting and unique way for high school students to contribute to their school community while gaining leadership and volunteer experience, as well as working closely with a large network of UBC mentors! As an Ambassador for HOPE, you will have the opportunity to create a school club which will serve as a platform for you to design and carry out projects to create awareness for social issues and fundraise for HOPE under the guidance of a trained mentor. This will not only allow you to set and achieve professional development goals, but also give you access to all of our workshops and resources.
For more information, please check out the Ambassador Package below and feel free to reach out to us!
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My name is Angelina Puen and I am currently in grade 12 attending Point Grey Secondary. I started getting involved in school when I realized that I wanted to experience, learn, and understand the ups and downs of fulfilling a leadership role. I started my journey when I joined the Student Council as the Grade 8 representative and I have been in the Student Council since then. I gained the knowledge of creating and organizing an accessible event and the joy of working with a team of people. With the passion that sparked within me, I decided to branch out and experience different positions, such as, being an executive member of the VSB Sustainability Conference, the Vice President of the ME to We club, and the Outreach Director of the Project Zero club at Point Grey (and currently Co-President of Project Zero). Being an Ambassador, I want to empower the community in a positive manner. I want to lead others and give knowledge that I have retained throughout the years of experience from the Student Council, clubs, etc. My vision is to be able to work collaboratively with everyone and engage in voicing people’s opinion and ideas. I also want to show, as youths, that we can make effective changes because we have the strength and power to do so.