This year we are looking for dynamic, dedicated students to become overseas challenge leaders and to champion fundraising for us.
You will be responsible for recruiting a team of 20 or more members to join a trek of your choice, and support them to reach their fundraising target. Challenges include Mount Kilimanjaro, Morocco High Atlas Mountains, Mount Everest, Guatemala Volcano trek and Machu Picchu. Being a challenge leader is a fantastic opportunity to develop essential skills for the future and make a real difference to children and young people.
If you can see yourself as a challenge leader and would like some more info, email Hannah Schejbal or call 0207 841 4507.
Our challenge leaders are outstanding individuals who champion fundraising and inspire university student participants to raise even more money for us.
Read more about Nadia and her experience:
Challenge leader Nadia Craddock
'I’m Nadia and the Bath University Kilimanjaro Challenge leader for The Children’s Society. In my final year at University of Bath, I wanted an opportunity to lead a challenging, fun and exciting project—and this trek was just that.
I have worked in the past with children from disadvantaged backgrounds and I know that I wanted to keep supporting young people. Work by The Children's Society that tackles poverty and neglect stood out to me, and empowered me to recruit 45 other students to join the Kilimanjaro team.
Climbing Kilimanjaro was such a moving and unforgettable experience. The best part about being a challenge leader is that I have helped to raise over £54,000.'
Enquire about being a challenge leader by contacting Student Fundraising.