Once Ambassadors are selected, the mission is to join forces with their cohort to create realistic ways to activate and connect their peers on campus to the outdoors. Ambassadors will meet twice a month, meeting with business professionals, sharing ideas and organizing the many logistics in creating an "end of the semester" initiative for students on their campus. At each semester's end, Ambassadors will have created in total 2 successful large public events for access to their peers on campus.
Objectives: Support Soul Trak events and screenings from September through May;Assist with the identification of students to attend events and raise awareness about opportunities to support Soul Trak;Establish beneficial connections that will help promote the Soul Trak brand on campusProvide insight to better understand the campus culture and interest in outdoor activities and programs.Attend program wide Soul Trak events.
Student Ambassador Profile: ● Enrolled in full-time undergraduate/postgraduate study ● Willing to dedicate his or her time to assist with on-campus marketing ● Results oriented and competitive in nature ● Energetic, outgoing, creative and organized, with outstanding verbal and written communication skills ● Active on campus and involved with student organizations and activities ● A minimum of a 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale
Timeline ● Aug 14 - Soul Trak Interest Meeting ● Sept 3 - Application deadline ● Sept 17- Ambassador acceptance notice
If you’re interested in becoming a Soul Trak Ambassador for your campus, complete the application below. Following review, we will host a round of interviews with finalists and acceptances will be announced Sept 17.
About the Soul Trak: Soul Trak targets communities of color at a variety of different levels. We provide programming to youth, young adults and adults seeking adventure and learning. We provide a wide range of activities such as hiking, paddling, climbing, biking, camping, and other trips planned all year long. We use these spaces as a classroom to expand knowledge around outdoor advocacy, skill building, community engagement, environmental science and leadership development.
Following review, we will host a round of interviews with finalist and acceptances will be announced Sept17.