Six Ambassadors Who Speak to Young People Directly
Tel-jeunes’ Ambassador Program’s goal is to democratize sensitive topics and questions that come up during adolescence. Throughout the year and through original content, our ambassadors will talk about their experiences, the questions they may have had when they themselves were youths, and the resources that helped them. Our goal is to remind young people that they are not the only ones going through this period of questioning, and that they have various accessible and free resources that offer support, including Tel-jeunes.
The six Tel-jeunes ambassadors are influential social media personalities who:
Represent Tel-jeunes' values, such as inclusion, diversity, authenticity, and acting with kindness.
Speak about Tel-jeunes throughout the year to let their community know about us, offer them support, or help them find ways to support others.
Embody or shed light on diversity in multiple forms (sexual and gender diversity, ethnocultural diversity, backgrounds).
Are comfortable opening up to their community and speaking about issues that affect young people.
Our 2022-2023 Ambassadors
"I’m so pleased to be part of the TJ Ambassadors Program so I can shed light on how exceptional Quebec youth are!"
"I'm really happy to be a part of the Program because I myself had a hard time talking about my feelings and what was going on around me when I was young."
"It’s an honour to be an Ambassador for Tel-jeunes. Growing up in the tough Montreal North environment created a lot of stress, so I'm happy to be able to share my story with you."
I'm really excited to be a part of the TJ Ambassadors Program and to be able to talk about school careers, school anxiety, performance anxiety, and also give a lot of tips to help us get through it all together.
It's really exciting to be a Tel-jeunes Ambassador because I think it's an essential service for young people, and I'm proud to be a part of that this year.
Tel-jeunes is an organization that I think is super important because I used their services myself when I was younger, and it's a cause that means a lot to me.