If you are a middle, high school, or undergraduate student in any country, you are eligible to become an Ambassador for College Pathway.
Our Ambassador Program is open year-round, and we review applicants on the first of every month.
Ambassadors are selected based on different criteria. Grades and extra-curricular activities do play an important role in the selection process. However, we look for passion and determination in your answers- why do you want to help students access a quality education? What can you bring to our team?
The Ambassadors are a network of carefully-selected teenagers that are hoping to inspire others to become change-makers like themselves.
As an Ambassador, you will:
The Ambassador program is a great resume-building and community service opportunity, and it will allow students to develop essential leadership skills that will help them thrive in the future.
Congratulations! Being selected as an Ambassador is a great resume-building and skillful opportunity that will allow you to become more involved in your community and a cause that you care about. You will be notified through your email of your acceptance, along with a list of items to get you acquainted to our Ambassador program that will allow you to network with other College Pathway Ambassadors.
As our program is growth-oriented, we make sure that you learn valuable communication skills and advocacy skills throughout it. You'll gain expertise and experience in communicating with other people, organizing tasks and projects, managing projects, and more.
Through our program, you'll gain experience in marketing, reaching out to individuals, and performing several tasks that are key to developing essential leadership skills.
Through your role as an ambassador, you'll be volunteering your time with a registered nonprofit organization (certified to give volunteer hours) and learn more about giving back to underprivileged youth around the world.
Chapter Ambassadors hold educational resource drives in their prospective location and donate the resources (ex. books, school supplies) to local low-income elementary schools. Chapter Ambassadors also share College Pathway's curriculum and resources with local title one elementary schools.
Partnership Ambassadors coordinate partnerships and collaborations between College Pathway and NGOs with similar missions of combating education inequity.
Curriculum Ambassadors help design College Pathway's curriculum that is distributed to schools worldwide. The curriculum has a variety of topics, and you can request which topics specifically you'd like to design curriculum about.
Tutoring Ambassadors assist College Pathway with tutoring students virtually from across the world. In partnership with other organizations and schools, College Pathway hosts virtual tutoring sessions with youth worldwide. For the summer of 2020, we are rebuilding our virtual tutoring program, so virtual tutoring ambassadors will have to work with curriculum ambassadors until August, and then their normal duties will resume. This is subject to change.
Social Media Ambassadors conduct trend analysis reports on College Pathway's social media, and form plans and tactics to grow College Pathway's social media presence.
Research Ambassadors write weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly research pieces on various topics related to education. All posts will be edited and posted on our blog page. Research Ambassadors can also aid in reaching out to low-income youth or education equity activists to be interviewed, and conduct interviews with them.
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College Pathway is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Woodstock, Georgia that is filed with the International Revenue Service (EIN Number is 84-3262670). All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowable under IRS regulations. We rely on corporate sponsors and individual donors to fund our programs and our team is entirely volunteer-based.