Do you think your students have what it takes to become an RSPCA WA Junior Ambassador?

Are they:

🐾 animal lovers?
🐾 passionate?
🐾 leaders among their peers?

As Junior Ambassadors, students will spread the values of RSPCA WA and contribute to improved welfare for animals across WA.

Being a Junior Ambassador encourages the development of leadership, communication and independence skills, as well as increased responsibility.

Collaborative skills are also improved as Junior Ambassadors work with other students to meet the goals and achievements outlined in the program.  

Students are required to participate in key activities throughout the year as part of their Junior Ambassador obligations. These will include an advocacy campaign, a school presentation, and a fundraising event. Students have free reign in how they complete these tasks—the sky is the limit!  

Both mentor teachers and students will be provided with handbooks to assist them with these activities by providing resources, information, and helpful tips. Plus, each approved JA will receive a special addition JA pin to wear on their uniform. The handbooks and pins will be sent directly to the nominating teacher to distribute.