The ASSISTments Ambassador program is an opportunity to elevate your voice as a trusted educator. Ambassadors love ASSISTments, want to inspire other teachers to use it in their classrooms, and to shape its future.
WHO MAKES A GOOD AMBASSADOR?
The ideal ASSISTments Ambassador is a teacher who: is a regular ASSISTments user, truly believes in the learning platform, and is eager to be a part of ASSISTments’s growth. We work with each Ambassador to design the program that is right for them across three Ambassador Action types.
Inspire with Writing
Showcase your teacher experience with ASSISTments or write about mission critical topics on our blog or in external publications.
Influence with Digital Media
Engage other educators via social media and in video materials, and facilitate dialogue in the ASSISTments Facebook Community.
Support Teacher Training and Resources
Lead or participate in in-person or virtual events, trainings, and specialized workshops, spotlighting success in your classroom.
Month 1: Onboarding to the program, Ambassador Actions, and your Ambassador cohort.
Months 2-3: Planning which Ambassador Actions will be part of your Ambassador Pathway with the ASSISTments Ambassador Program Lead, including your personal calendar for taking Action.
Months 4-12: Engaging in your Ambassador Actions (2-5hr/month). You will receive ongoing feedback from leaders and other Ambassadors. You will also have opportunities to attend funded conferences as an Ambassador and provide input on new ASSISTments features.
PROGRAM BENEFITS & OPPORTUNITIES
HOW LONG IS THE AMBASSADOR POSITION HELD?
ASSISTments Ambassadors join one of two year-long cohorts (beginning February and August).
HOW DO I APPLY?
1. Submit the application form, available on this page during application periods
2. We review applications in August and January for cohorts beginning in August and February
3. While you wait for our reply, join our Teacher User Community on Facebook to engage in the teacher community and get started with the Certified Educator Program.