Global Math Project Ambassador Questionnaire
Thank you for your interest in becoming a Global Math Project Ambassador! We welcome the support of those in our global community.

Ambassadors commit to supporting the Global Math Project in the following ways:
1. Promote the Global Math Project in person and through social media
2. Recruit teachers from your area to register for Global Math Week 2017
2. Help us identify and get in touch with teacher organizations in your area
4. Be a Global Math Project point of contact for your country or region
5. Conduct a live event the week of October 10, 2017

Please complete the following questionnaire to apply.

Note that your responses will remain confidential until your application is approved and you grant permission for the GMP to post your information on the Ambassadors page. We strive to respond to all applications within 30 days of receipt.

If your application is approved, we will contact you and ask for a photo to include with your listing on our Ambassadors page (http://www.globalmathproject.org/ambassadors)

First and Last Name
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Job Title / Professional Affiliation
List your title as you would like it presented on the GMP Ambassador page
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Location
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Email
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Website
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Twitter
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Check box if you would like to share each item on the GMP Ambassador page
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Why GMP?
Please write a short sentence beginning with "I support GMP ..." or "I believe in GMP ..." expressing your interest in the project.
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Biography
Please provide a two-sentence biography. (See http://www.globalmathproject.org/ambassador for examples)
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Additional Details
Global Math Project Ambassadors play a critical role in getting the word out about the project. How do you see yourself fulfilling this role?
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How did you hear about the Global Math Project?
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