Microsoft Ambassadors Programme for Digital Civility
Youth today are tech-savvy, digitally engaged, and resourceful. Microsoft is interested in what they’re doing online, who they’re connecting with, and what they’re sharing and learning. Microsoft is also cognizant that being online presents very real risks, and wants to make sure young people appreciate, and have the skills to help mitigate those risks.
Microsoft is forming two youth councils for Digital Good – one Arab and one African – to learn about and share the concept of digital civility: safer and healthier online interactions for all people. It will hold a council summit where we will host selected council members and a parent or chaperone.
The summit is expected to include small group and full council discussions, a separate “parent track,” interactive sessions with guest speakers, engagement with Microsoft consumer product and service group representatives, and fun activities.
- Arab or African nationality
- Aged between 13 and 17 years old
- Strong English Skills, both verbal and written
- Interested in digital civility
- Gender no bar
Please follow the below link for more details on how to apply :