British Columbia Ambassador Team


Melissa Curatolo - Kelowna  Karly Flannigan - Kamloops  Mierie Sabbarwal - Quesnel 
The British Columbia Ambassador Program is an annual event that takes place in August. This program is open to any young man or woman age 17 to 24, who has previously held an Ambassador/Royal title in British Columbia.  Each year, three members are chosen to represent the youth of our province. As part of their duties, they travel throughout the province promoting our mandate of Education, Motivation, and Self-Esteem.
The mandate of the program is to:
  • Nurture provincial leaders of the future
  • Promote and assist with the expenses of post-secondary education
  • Forge links of friendship & understanding throughout BC communities
  • Candidates are judged on: 
  • General knowledge of British Columbia
  • Personal interviews 
  • Public Speaking
  • Community Presentations
  • Promotion of the BC Ambassador Program
  • The British Columbia Ambassador Program offers bursaries to assist the youth in pursuing their dreams and fulfilling their ambitions.  Bursaries are awarded to the British Columbia Ambassador Program candidates each year.
    All candidates in the British Columbia Ambassador Program (regardless of whether or not they earn a position on the team) may win Bursary Awards.
    2017 Awards 

    Public Speaking


    Community Table


    People's Choice


    Rita Mckay Award

    Friendship Award

    Krista Spivey - Nanaimo

    Madeline Dudley - White Rock

    Karly Flannigan - Kamloops

    Mierie Sabbarwal - Quesnel

    Mierie Sabbarwal - Quesnel

    Karly Flannigan - Kamloops

    Hannah Vaz - Vernon

    Karly Flannigan - Kamloops
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