What’s involved in being a Manchester Young Jubilee Champion?
You can do as little and as much as you want, all we ask is that you share the knowledge that you have learned with regen.me.uk training and pass it on to other young people like yourselves.
Young people are at the heart of everything we do. We aim to make sure your experiences and voices inform our strategic priorities, services and our wider policy and our work across Manchester
There is the opportunity to develop your champion experience. We have many different champion roles within regen.me.uk and these are:
All you need to do is share the knowledge that you have learnt during your training workshops with your peers, other young people in your community, and families
• media technology champion
Share what you have learnt online in fun videos and posts using the hashtag SENDlove
• green champion
If you have passionate about climate action and sustainability in your home life and see an opportunity to boost action change and want change for a better environment for those with SEND.
• S.E.N.D champion
Attending drop-ins and having them in your school or college, sharing information about activities and services in your local area suited to your age.
• Wellbeing champion
Be a listening ear to your peers, and signpost to organisations that can help.
• Co-production champion
Collates and feedback on YP views on services, attend meetings and have your say in how things are run and could be changed for the better.
• Community reporting champion
Record your views of activities or services that you find in your day-to-day life and share with your fellow champions and regen.me.uk in your voice.