Can you inspire the next generation of life savers?
Young people join St John Ambulance either as Badgers or Cadets,
where they learn first aid, make new friends and take part in a
range of fun activities. Our RISE project helps disadvantaged young
people learn how to save lives and gain new skills.
As a volunteer youth leader you’ll support young people in
learning first aid and help them gain new skills, experience and
qualifications along the way. You’ll encourage and inspire young
people from all walks of life to develop their potential.
We make sure you’re given all the support you need to excel,
including access to outstanding training in youth work.
If you think you fit the bill, we’d love you to be part of our
‘Volunteering’s taught me so many things that will help with my
career – everything from interview skills to writing better emails!
I’ve also gained communication, listening and presentation skills.
Now I can stand up in front of a group and not shy away. I love
empowering young people – it’s inspiring.’ – Ben, Youth
Roles in this category include:
As an enthusiastic youth leader you will lead the delivery and
preparation of the youth programme for one of our units (this could
be for Badgers, Cadets, Peer Education, Youth First Aid or
Youth leaders volunteer around four hours per week, at evenings
Youth helpers always work under the supervision of trained youth
leaders. You’ll need to be enthusiastic, have an interest in
helping young people to develop, and have good communication
Youth helpers volunteer four-six hours each month, in the