SEEKING TEEN LEADERS
For STOMP Out Bullying™ Teen Ambassador Program
Are you a leader in your school? In your community?
Are you on the speech or debate team? School club president? A peer mentor? If you have good grades, solid leadership skills, STAND UP for others and are between the ages of 13 - 18 and you want to help kids and teens who have been bullied you might have what it takes to be a STOMP Out Bullying™ Teen Ambassador.
What is the role of a STOMP Out Bullying Teen Ambassador?
STOMP Out Bullying™ Teen Ambassadors are a group of volunteers who are 13 ‐ 18 years of age, and are established student activists and leaders.
They are part of the "Stand UP" Generation!
Even if you haven't been bullied, you can still become a Teen Ambassador. Our Ambassadors must have demonstrated public achievements, as well as being UPSTANDERS against bullying, have excellent grades – be a leader in their schools and communities, and have a track record of speaking in public.
Our Teen Ambassadors are from all over the U.S. and speak to their peers at schools, at events, to their community, to the media, and raise awareness.
We ask them to get involved through social media and spread the word through social media channels, share & tweet our projects & campaigns, Like and tag us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube and encourage fellow students, their schools, friends, and family to support our projects.
They are an important part of the STOMP Out Bullying™ team, are peer leaders and have the ability to not only make a difference in the lives of others, but make a difference in their own communities as well.
If you would like to be considered for becoming a STOMP Out Bullying™ Teen Ambassador, please complete and submit the following pre-qualification form in full:
* Please fill out the form completely, all questions must be answered.
Unfortunately due to the number of applications we receive, we cannot respond to everyone. If you are selected as a potential Teen Ambassador you will be contacted by a STOMP Out Bullying™ Representative. U.S. Students only.