29 Jul 2022
CIArb’s Young Members Group (YMG) is looking for Ambassadors to promote its work across the globe.
Becoming a YMG Ambassador gives you the opportunity to actively contribute to the development of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) in your jurisdiction, while providing an international dimension to your professional career.
Who can become a YMG Ambassador? Anyone who is:
1. A member of CIArb of any grade (Associate, Member or Fellow);
2. Under 40 years old;
3. Keen and available to support and promote the work of CIArb and YMG in your jurisdiction; and
4. Based in a jurisdiction other than (i) the jurisdictions of any member of YMG Global Steering Committee; and (ii) the jurisdictions of current YMGs Representatives/Ambassadors (https://www.ciarb.org/membership/young-members-group/), namely: Brazil, Canada, Cameroon, Egypt, France, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Jamaica and Saint Lucia, Japan, Kenya, Korea, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Peru, the Philippines, Qatar, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, UAE, UK, and Zambia.
Please note that Student members are not eligible to apply to become a YMG Ambassador.
As a YMG Ambassador, you will:
What is required from a YMG Ambassador?
Please note that YMG Ambassadors are not remunerated.
If you are interested in becoming a YMG Ambassador and meet all the requirements, please send your CV and cover letter to NKidunduhu-YMG@ciarb.org by 1 September 2022. CVs should be limited to two pages long and cover letters to one page.
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