Student Advisory Council.

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We're looking for our Baker's Dozen.

The team of 12, led by President Bronagh, form the Student Advisory Council for the Young Global Changemakers Program. A program where Teams of 15-17 year olds choose a Global Issue, Find Solutions, Test in the Community, and aim for the annual Young Global Changemakers title.

Interested in volunteering?

1 Council. 1 Team. 3 Goals.

Engaged Students.

Proud Teachers.

Admired Globally.

The Council.

A bit like the Jedi council, except there’s 13 not 12 – and Bronagh’s taller than Yoda.

Bronagh Stack.

Bronagh is President of our Student Advisory Council.

Our very own Ursula von der Leyen. Studying Sociology and Geography at UCD. Passionate about the wellbeing of others and helping students navigate senior cycle. Instrumental in assisting in content creation and program direction.

Charlee.

TY Student with a passion for Student Mental Health and Wellbeing.

Connor.

TY Student with an interest in Global Affairs and the Environment.

Mairead.

Business Studies graduate from the Technological University of Dublin.

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6 Virtual Meetings.

The council meets 6 times a year to shape and review the YGC Program.

Define.

Review course content and recommend changes.

Create.

Identify new courses to be created for Senior-cycle Students.

Intel.

Understand feedback from Students to enhance the program.

Review.

Analyse the YGC Project Submissions and decide the Final 10.

Social Media.

The Council is responsible for running the YGC Social Media presence.

Watch the 'Hear Our Voice' Presentations.

The Council reviews all the ‘Hear our Voice’ presentations that are submitted.

Review Project Submissions.

The Council reviews all submitted projects and makes their award recommendations.

High Distinction.

Top 10% of Projects.

Distinction.

Top 30% of Projects.

Credit.

Top 50% of Projects.

Further Recognition.

The Council decides which Top 10 Young Global Changemaker Projects are submitted to The World Health Organisation Youth Council.

Present the Prizes.

The Council present the winning Team with their prize.

€1,000 for the Team.

€1,000 for the School.

We are looking for volunteers with a broad range of interests to provide us with different perspectives. This means the application process is not competitive and Advisory Council members will be chosen based on their different interests and experience.

Please ensure you have permission from your TY Co-ordinator / Principal to apply.

Student Advisory Council Application Form.

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