Every year, the World Literacy Foundation recruit and train leaders from all over the world to Develop their leadership and advocacy skills, Be a local voice for literacy and education in their community, Support the education of vulnerable children. If you think you've got all it requires, then scroll down to method of application and apply on or before the deadlineTable of Content
The World Literacy Foundation (WLF) is a global not-for-profit that works to lift young people out of poverty through literacy. Founded in Melbourne, Australia in 2003, the World Literacy Foundation operates on the principle that education is a basic human right. It aims to eradicate global illiteracy through the promotion of literacy and the provision of educational resources. The World Literacy foundation works to get communities involved and raise awareness of the importance of literacy. It is reported that 1 out of every 10, or 750 million people globally are illiterate... read more
The WLF Ambassador Program aims to bring together individuals from all over the world to be a local voice and fundraise for literacy in their schools, universities, communities or social groups.
Throughout the 4-month program, Ambassadors will be trained to develop their leadership and advocacy skills. Participants will also learn about literacy as a human right and support our literacy project in Colombia.
Application is open to all, especially those who ;
For application form, click here
For more details, visit WLF website