Junior Achievement Young Enterprise (JAYE) Malta Foundation is a non-profit entrepreneurship education institution, specialising in providing entrepreneurship education programmes to young people (aged 8 to 30) attending school or university in Malta and Gozo. We go into both primary and secondary schools to teach young people about Skills for Employability, Entrepreneurship and Financial Literacy. To do this we recruit volunteers from business and the wider community who work alongside teachers and students in the classroom to deliver our programmes. We recruit volunteers who are interested in giving something back to the community and sharing their life skills with young people in education.
HOW DO YOU BECOME A...
JAYE MALTA VOLUNTEER?
We recruit volunteers who share our passion of 'Inspiring Young Minds' , interested in giving something back to the community and sharing their life skills with young people in education. Volunteers work along with the JAYE Malta team, teachers and associates to ensure the best delivery of our programmes. We publish a calendar of all our events, which detail what programmes we will be running including their times and locations. All Volunteers engage directly with JAYE Malta students , therefor we look for individuals with the particular attributes.
The core skills required to becoming a JAYE Malta Volunteer at all levels are as follows:
- Supportive of JAYE Malta's vision to build a culture of entrepreneurship in Malta.
To learn more about how you can be part of this rewarding experience contact Ms Sophie Back on 21244991 or email email@example.com
TYPES OF VOLUNTEERS
A guest speaker’s success is often based on how closely their message compliments the event. So it’s critical to learn as much as you possibly can about your audience before your speech. We at JAYE Malta select our Guest Speakers from the local and international business communities to cover a range of different topics. It is becoming well documented that companies who have a well-thought out CSR strategy, enjoy higher growth rates, have more engaged employees on their books, whilst bettering their stock value. JAYE Malta invites specialists in various fields to attend programme events, workshops and seminars to at impart their knowledge and expertise to not only our Programme participants but other volunteers.
The main role of a JAYE Malta Facilitator is to help our programme participants understand their common objectives and assists them to plan how to achieve these objectives, in doing so, the facilitator should remains "neutral". In order to fulfil this need we use young businessmen/women or young professionals, exposed to enterprise, with a desire to pass on their skills and experiences of their business environments. Becoming a JAYE Malta Facilitator will challenge you – but the excitement and satisfaction of mentoring, of transforming attitudes and helping young people open their eyes to the world of enterprise is unique and satisfying.
JAYE Malta relies heavily on the support of our Operational Volunteers, to facilitate the delivery of our programmes at a the highest levels. The main objective of a operational volunteer is to assist the programme administrators and the establishment with the delivery of programmes, events, workshops and seminars. The JAYE Malta calendar is extensive, this means all our volunteer are vital gears, duties of the operational volunteers range from administrative operations to face-to-face engagement with our programme participants. JAYE Malta looks for enthusiastic individuals to form part of our voluntary teams, from our Primary to our Tertiary level programmes the opportunity offered will help develop further a broad spectrum of business management skills, whilst sharing know-how and mentoring a number of energetic and hard-working youth. JAYE Malta will provide the necessary materials and coaching to participating volunteers in the respective programmes.
JAYE Malta offers the following to our Operational Volunteer:
- Builds a greater understanding of young people.
- Provides an opportunity to build on your skills to enhance your career.
- Can give you the opportunity to develop your communication, interpersonal and team working skills.
- Helps develop self-confidence, dealing directly with committed people in sometimes challenging situations.
- Can contribute as hours towards CPD qualification requirements of many professional bodies including: CIPD, ACCA, CIMA, ICSA, CIB, CIM
- Gives you the chance to network with other volunteers.