WHAT IS A LEAD AMBASSADOR?
Lead Ambassadors are advocates who represent NCTE in the social space, as well as on the ground in their local regions. They do everything from engage with fellow NCTE members online to gathering stories to hosting offline events in their communities. This is a high-impact role that represents NCTE and provides greater connection between current and future members. Above all, Lead Ambassadors are enthusiastic about NCTE and want to share that passion with others.
WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR?
In order to have equal representation amongst our Lead Ambassadors, NCTE is currently seeking two Lead Ambassadors from each section (elementary, middle, high school and college). Ideally, our eight leads will be self-motivated educators who are excited to spread the word, spark conversation, and engage online and offline with fellow teachers on behalf of NCTE.
WHAT DOES THE LEAD AMBASSADOR ROLE ENTAIL?
As a point of connection between members and the organization, Lead Ambassadors wear many hats. Opportunities for engagement will vary, but the primary responsibilities of the role include:
- Planning and coordinating local community events for members
- Representing the NCTE community at professional events
- Participating in monthly new member onboarding process
- Supporting NCTE through social promotion and participation in Twitter chats
IS THIS A VOLUNTEER ROLE?
Yes. This is an exciting leadership opportunity. The Leads will be fully supported by an energetic team, and will have access to support tools throughout the experience.
WILL I RECEIVE SUPPORT FROM NCTE?
As a Lead Ambassador, you receive creative and strategic support from NCTE’s Community Team.
HOW CAN I APPLY TO BECOME A LEAD AMBASSADOR?
To apply, click here. We look forward to learning more about you!