St John Youth - Expression of Interest to become a Youth Member
St John Youth Expression of Interest
Thank you for your interest in St John Youth. This EOI is the first part of the process to apply to become a Youth Member with St John Youth. Please complete the details below and a Divisional Leader will be in touch regarding your expression of interest and to arrange a visit to your selected Division.
To be a member of St John Youth you must be between the ages of 12 - 18 years old. To be eligible to enrol or join the program you must have reached your 12th birthday and not yet have turned 17.
Should you experience any issues with this form or have specific questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org. As our divisions are run by volunteers we ask that you be patient, however, if you receive no response to your EOI within a fortnight please email email@example.com and one of our office staff will be able to assist you.
Needing more information?
Information about St John Youth and the locations and meeting times for each division is available at www.stjohnvic.com.au/youth. Please refer to the website for further information.
St John Youth Recruitment Process
The recruitment process to be a Youth Member is as follows:
Step 1 - Submit an EOI - your selected division will be in touch to discuss your EOI.
Step 2 - Attend/Visit your selected Division during their next intake of youth members.
Step 3 - After your successful trial period, the division will invite you to make an application to be a Youth Member. This is where the application for membership forms will be completed.
Step 4 - When the application is approved/successful, you will receive your welcome letter as a new Youth Member.
We look forward to reviewing your expression of interest
St John Youth
Personal Information for the Prospective Member
Parent Details and Information
This information will be used when you attend for a trial visit to your division. We may also have some further questions from the information below on how we can support your child.