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42-44 Bishopsgate, London,
EC2N 4AH
United Kingdom

020 7614 7696

Street Child is a UK charity, established in 2008, that aims to create educational opportunity for some of the most vulnerable children in West Africa.

Current Opportunities

current ambassador opportunities

Nepal

Programmes Ambassador - Nepal

Street Child is currently seeking to expand and advance a series of projects in Nepal which intend to provide marginalised children the opportunity to access quality education. This placement is a unique opportunity to make a critical contribution to an organisation that is setting up and scaling its efforts to enable out of school children in Nepal to access a meaningful education.

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Research Ambassador - Nepal

 Street Child is currently seeking to conduct research on a number of issues affecting marginalised children in Nepal, to inform the design and development of appropriate initatives. This placement is a unique opportunity to make a critical contribution to an organisation that is setting up and scaling its efforts to enable out of school children in Nepal to access a meaningful education.

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Enterprise Ambassador - Nepal

Street Child Commercial was established in 2011 as a unique fundraising stream for Street Child in Sierra Leone. A series of shops and cafes in Sierra Leone create a sustainable source of income by turning profits which are then re-invested into projects. We are seeking to create a similar model in Nepal and looking for an entrepreneurial Ambassador interested in leading this effort for anywhere between six to twelve weeks.

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Teaching and Learning Ambassador - Nepal

As a Teaching and Learning Ambassador, you will be part of an exciting stage of Street Child of Nepal’s growth, and will be working closely with the Street Child of Nepal team and partner organizations to support the delivery of project pilots and the design and development of emerging educational programs.

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Engineering Ambassador - Nepal

Street Child is calling for individuals hoping to gain valuable experience in the development sector by undertaking a voluntary Engineering Ambassador role in Nepal, helping to rebuild schools in areas severely affected by the earthquake in 2015.

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Sierra Leone

After School Programme Ambassador - Sierra Leone

The after school programme will aim to engage children in organized sports and recreational activities. Team activities and sports have proven social, psychological and health benefits and is a great way to build confidence. By engaging young people in such activities, the programme will work towards creating a safe, creative and fun environment for children outside of school hours.

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Research Project Ambassador - Sierra Leone

This role allows a motivated individual to take on a significant study into a specific area of interest. We are looking for several different types of research projects to be done, ranging from short and smaller pieces of work to more time consuming projects, including gender, disability, family business support, street-connected children, evaluation methods and teaching and learning.

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Rural Schools Ambassador - Sierra Leone

This role will focus on supporting the implementation and monitoring of Street Child’s largest rural schools project which has enabled over 6,000 children to access education in the remote rural chiefdom of Tambakha working alongside the Project Coordinator, Community Animators and Teaching Specialists to help monitor over 50 Street Child supported schools in remote villages.

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Teacher Training Programme

We are looking for primary or secondary teachers (from PGCE students to senior management) who are looking for an exciting challenge. You will travel to Sierra Leone in the Easter or Summer holidays for 1 -2 weeks and help us run some simple workshops and work alongside our Sierra Leonean teachers.

Applications for the teacher training programme will open in October.