Become a Campus Ambassador
What is a Campus Ambassador?
Are you interested in becoming an MTM Campus Ambassador? We are looking for motivated, organized and passionate students to become members of Minorities to Majorities team, raise Minorities to Majorities’ profile on campus and to introduce Minorities to Majorities to new and diverse student groups and faculty.
Becoming a campus ambassador is a great way to champion diversity, inclusion and equality on your campus!
What do Campus Ambassadors do?
- Engage in many forms of student outreach: class talks, social media campaigns, photo competitions, campus festivals, and more.
- Discover and implement innovative ways to connect with diverse groups, faculty and administration on campus with the support and assistance of MTM.
- The specifics of an ambassador’s role will depend upon the needs of MTM and your unique campus.
- On average, campus ambassadors work less than two hours per week and are typically are in the position from for an entire school year. This is an unpaid position.
Who are we looking for?
- High School Students, College Students, Graduate/Professional Students, International Students and Recent Graduates
- Must exhibit a dedication to promoting diversity and inclusion
- Must exhibit leadership potential and participation in community service activities
- Must have a GPA 3.0 and above on a 4.0 scale (MTM will make special considerations for exceptional applicants)
- No citizenship restrictions
- We encourage underrepresented students to apply
- Campus ambassadors gain resume-building experience with a start-up dedicated to innovation, diversity and professional development.
- Ambassadors will be added to an email listserv which will receive information about scholarships, fellowships, internships and conferences before they are available on the Minorities to Majorities app or website.
- Ambassadors can gain valuable communication, presentation and advocacy skills through their work on campus.
- A letter of recommendation at the end of the year (contingent upon performance).
How to apply?
- Submit your resume, cover letter, an unofficial transcript and one letter of recommendation to Ambassadors@MinoritiesToMajorities.com.
- The cover letter should include your name, current school or alma mater, grade/classification, GPA, why you want to become an MTM campus ambassador and your goals for the future. Cover letter should be no longer than one (1) page.
Please email Ambassadors@MinoritiesToMajorities.com if you have any questions.