WORCESTER Lions is searching for a Young Ambassador to represent the club in a national competition.
Young people aged between 15 and 18 who live in Worcester are being sought for the role in the Lions Clubs International Young Ambassador Competition.
The winner of the club heat will be a person who is making a positive difference to their local community and is ‘a leader of the future’.
They will scoop a £50 bursary towards a community project of their choice and be invited to represent the club at the Midlands district competition where they could win a £500 bursary.
The winner at that level also has a chance to represent their sponsoring club at national level.
Anyone wanting to enter should write to Worcester Lions saying, in no more than 200 words, how they have been making a difference to their community.
Everyone who enters will then be invited to come and talk to Lions members about the project and a candidate will be chosen to go through to the next round.
It will be a celebration of the work of Young People in the Worcester community which parents, family and friends will be more than welcome to attend.
Entries should be sent, along with full names and ages, to: firstname.lastname@example.org by November 5.
Those wanting more information can search for ‘Worcester Lions’ on Facebook and scroll down to see the post about the contest.
The district finals are on November 19 in Solihull and the national finals will be in Dudley from February 23 to 25.