They're part of a group of 100 committed young people from across the UK who will take part in a two–year programme that will train them up to become high profile volunteers during the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
And it's not just the 100 leaders that will benefit either – their challenge is to develop their leadership, communication and team-building skills so they can motivate and inspire other young people to become local volunteers determined to make a difference.
Look out for them because they'll soon be hard at work in our local community, recruiting for activities around the Games.
In the meantime, make sure your local school is signed up to the Get Set Network and get blogging about it! Get Set helps schools to learn more about the Games and to actually become part of the Olympic Legacy in the making.
Schools can sign up to the website online and then work towards becoming part of the prestigious Network. Four Newham schools have already been accepted after demonstrating how they’re living the Olympic and Paralympic values.
Members get fantastic opportunities like blogging on the Get Set website, going on a tour of the Olympic Park, enjoying visits from Olympians and Paralympians and meeting supporters of the Games like Archbishop Desmond Tutu – what a legend!
Visit http://getset.london2012.com to find out more!