Middle & High School Students
Become an ambassador today to develop your leadership skills and make a positive impact on other kids in the community!
Are you a student in middle school or high school?
Middle and High School students are the cornerstone of our organization! Our Ambassador Leadership Program allows middle and high school students to develop leadership skills through youth-led service opportunities. We have dozens of different projects throughout the year that you can get involved in and we are always interested in hearing your ideas if you have a new project you would like to launch.
Ready to get started?
Learn more about what it means to be a KHK ambassador below and click the “JOIN US” button to sign up to attend one of our 50 minute orientation meetings to learn how you can get involved today!
Become a KHK Volunteer
Kids Helping Kids allows students to take their passion and turn it into action to help others. As students plan, initiate, and run projects, they simultaneously develop a multitude of leadership skills such as: collaboration, communication and brain-storming, public speaking, project planning, delegating, problem solving, and developing empathy, and reflecting and implementing change. If any of these skills interest you, attend an orientation meeting to learn how you can join us!
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Are you a middle or high school student? If so, then our Ambassador Leadership Program is for you!
“As an ambassador with Kids Helping Kids, I have gained invaluable leadership skills like accountability, public speaking and having the confidence to take action. Not only do I enjoy helping others, but I also enjoy working with other kids my age who feel passionate about it as well. Recently, I have been proud to be a part of a committee to lead our ambassador meetings. This role has allowed me to step up and lead break out groups in focused, purposeful discussions. I am proud to be part of Kids Helping Kids.”