AEMS Ambassador Program
Do you believe that all students are entitled to an arts-rich education? Join our fight to ensure that all Maryland public school students have access to high-quality arts education by becoming an AEMS Ambassador today!
Ambassadors meet quarterly to stay updated on AEMS initiatives and serve on one of the following working committees: advocacy, fundraising, communications, equity and anti-racist review.
How has arts education impacted your life?
How does arts education intersect with racial equity?
The AEMS Ambassador program includes a quarterly "pay-your-age" financial commitment. Will you be able to meet this requirement?
The AEMS Ambassador program includes quarterly virtual meetings. Check all meetings you expect to be able to attend.
Launch Event: Friday, July 24th @12-1pm
Q1 Meeting: Thursday, August 27th @12-1pm
Q2 Meeting: Thursday, November 19th @12-1pm
Q3 Meeting: Thursday, February 25th @12-1pm
Q4 Meeting: Thursday, May 27th @12-1pm
Check all committees you might be interested in serving on as an AEMS Ambassador
Advocacy/outreach: Responsibilities could include connecting with neighborhood associations, potential partners, and PTA groups about AEMS' priorities; join AEMS Executive Director for meetings with legislators; deliver written and/or oral testimony
Fundraising Committee: Responsibilities could include identifying and cultivating new donors, amplifying existing campaigns via social media, organizing events
Communications Committee: Responsibilities could include devising & implementing social media campaigns (Back to School, Giving Tuesday, Black History Month, Arts in our Schools Month, etc.)
Equity and Anti-Racist Review Committee: Responsibilities could include developing a race equity/accessibility rubric, making recommendations to improve the AEMS website, reviewing conference RFPs, reviewing communications/advocacy materials
Check any leadership positions you are interested in holding:
Chair: Responsible for engagement/participation and help with recruitment
Vice Chair: Responsible for supporting chair with engagement/participation
Secretary: Responsible for setting up virtual meetings, taking notes, and sending out invitations, meeting recordings, and notes
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