Each school year, we encourage and invite rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors to apply to be a Safe2Tell student ambassador. Our ambassadors provide insight and feedback on the Safe2Tell program and ensure that our work stays youth-centered. The application is open in the springtime of each school year. The program will begin with selected students in the summer and continue through the end of the school year.
If you are interested in making a difference in the lives of Colorado students and meet the qualifications below, becoming a student ambassador may be a great opportunity for you.
Qualifications to become a student ambassador:
- A rising sophomore, junior, or senior
- A creative, solution based, problem solver
- Socially conscious
- Empathetic about mental health and other issues facing teens and youth
- A self-starter eager to engage in projects outside of the meeting time
- Experience with either side of bullying and a commitment to ending bullying at your school
- A humble desire to lead your peers
- Interest in school safety, leadership development, marketing, community service, and public policy
- Availability for monthly meetings, either virtual or in person
- School staff/leadership that is willing to support you and your project(s)
- Make an impact within your community through Safe2Tell
- Meet and greet with the Colorado Attorney General
- Safe2Tell swag for each ambassador
- Network with Safe2Tell staff and other students from across Colorado
- Exposure to groups that have a similar vision
- Learn new or develop leadership skills
If you, or someone you know, wants to make a difference as a Safe2Tell student ambassador, apply using the links below in the spring of each school year.
If you have any questions regarding the program, please contact S2Tambassador@coag.gov or fill out the interest form below:
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