Young Endeavour Ambassadors are former youth crew who help us to actively promote the Young Endeavour Program to the public. The way our Ambassadors promote the Scheme is individual to them, and can take many forms, depending on the time they have available and their location around Australia.

Ambassadors can volunteer to assist during ship open days, visit their local school, make a presentation to community organisations, share their experiences on social media, and could be asked to be an interview subject as part of a media interview.

Ambassadors contribute their enthusiasm and personal experiences to promote the Young Endeavour Program and inspire young people to apply for a voyage of a lifetime.




After sailing in Young Endeavour and experiencing the youth development program, we hope that you recognise the benefits you have gained and that you would like to encourage others to undertake this life-changing voyage for themselves.

Being an Ambassador keeps you up to date with what the Scheme and the ship are up to and when new voyages are announced. It will allow us to easily reach out to you should we need your help at an event, open day or as part of a promotional activity. Being an Ambassador is also a valuable extracurricular activity that can be included on your CV and as part of your Linkedin profile.

Ambassadors also get preferential access to special voyages and functions aboard the ship and around the nation.

Register your interest in becoming an Ambassador here.


The way you promote the Scheme is individual, and can take many forms, depending on the time you have available and your location around Australia.
You can get started today by:
  • liking our page on Facebook, following us on Instagram, or including the Scheme in your education or experience on LinkedIn
  • sharing our posts, or use #YoungEndeavour in a throw back post or story,
  • submitting your Ambassador Story to be published on the Scheme website, and
  • speaking about your unique adventure with other young people in your community.
For specific examples or ideas about how to promote the Scheme once you have become an Ambassador, login to your account and access the Marketing Materials page from your Dashboard.

Maintaining a connection with a network of alumni is very important to the Young Endeavour Youth Scheme. If you're one of more than 14,000 young Australians who have completed a voyage in Young Endeavour since 1988, join the Ambassador Program or stay in touch by subscribing to the Salt e-newsletter, and following us on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn and Twitter.


Would you like an Ambassador to present at an event or meeting?

Dependent upon availability, an Ambassador can attend your event or meeting and provide a presentation on the benefits of the Scheme to parents, teachers, students or to the general public. Please contact the Scheme on 1800 020 444 or mail@youngendeavour.gov.au and we will find the nearest Ambassador to your event.