Ali-A, Emma Blackberry, Jake Boys , Emily Canham - National Citizen Service (NCS) has today announced four top YouTubers set to present and create exciting digital content at the NCS YES LIVE music event and awards show, taking place at the Camden Roundhouse on 29 March 2016. NCS Snapchat Ambassador Poppy Jamie will join four of the UK's top YouTubers Ali-A, Emma Blackerry, Jake Boys and Emily Canham, who have almost 10 million subscribers collectively, to attend and report live from the pro-social live music and award show headlined this year by NCS Ambassador Tinie Tempah. It has also been announced today that Team GB Olympic Gymnast, Louis Smith will be following in Tinie Tempah's footsteps and teaming up with NCS for 2016, taking the role of Sports Ambassador. Smith's role will involve supporting National Citizen Service throughout 2016, hosting talks and visiting young people around the country, encouraging their involvement with the NCS programme. Louis Smith will begin his role as Sports Ambassador following NCS YES LIVE on 29 March 2016. Louis Smith said: "I'm really proud to be working with NCS in 2016. Supporting young people is something I'm really passionate about. Gymnastics was the thing that really connected with me when I was younger and I'm lucky enough to be in a position to share that and inspire young people to find out what empowers them in life. I think the work that NCS does with teens across the country is amazing; giving opportunities for them build confidence, make new friends and build stronger communities. I'm really looking forward to getting more involved with their projects and helping to inspire more young people." Natasha Kizzie, Director of Marketing & Communications at NCS said: "We are thrilled that Louis Smith, has committed to become a new Ambassador for NCS. We will celebrate the achievements of this years NCS Graduates at NCS YES LIVE in March, and with the help of Louis Smith, we can engage the future generation of young people who can change the world ar - United Kingdom - Thursday 21st January 2016 (1 Picture)
Ali-a, Emma Blackberry, Jake Boys and Emily Canham
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