Prince's Trust Job Ambassadors

Do you want an opportunity to achieve your potential?

Job AmbassadorsOur job ambassadors are recruited from amongst those young people who have already volunteered as young ambassadors are based in unemployment hotspots across the UK.

Each week, our job ambassadors visit a range of community venues, from Job Centre Plus to youth clubs, cafes to care homes, sports clubs to shopping centres.

You can simply drop in to meet your local job ambassador to discuss your future and your options.

Through one-on-one surgeries and small group sessions, our job ambassadors provide advice, guidance and, above all, inspiration to support you into the jobs market.

Our job ambassadors have already met thousands of young people throughout the UK and have guided and supported them into positive next steps.

Become a Prince's Trust job ambassador

Job ambassadors will be recruited from amongst the young people who have already volunteered as young ambassadors.

Current and former young ambassadors interested in becoming a job ambassador will be invited to attend an information and recruitment day in their area, where they can find out more about the role of a job ambassador, ask questions, complete an application form and undergo a short interview.

Find out more about becoming a job ambassador.

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Job ambassador celebration

Celebrities join the Prince of Wales to celebrate the first year of the scheme to tackle youth unemployment. Find out more.

Rob Green: Job Ambassador

Rob, from Cardiff, was one of the first young people to be employed as Job Ambassador for The Prince’s Trust. He experienced unemployment himself before turning his life around with help from The Trust. Read Rob's story.

Rob Green: Job Ambassador

Job ambassadors and Bloomberg

Gold Patron supporters Bloomberg have pledged to support the innovative Job ambassadors programme over three years, helping The Trust reach even more disadvantaged young people across the UK.

Gold Patrons Bloomberg