What is an Ambassador?
Nine out of Ten Ambassadors are college students from around the country that serve as a rotating student advisory committee to the Jordan Porco Foundation (JPF).
Ambassadors play an integral role at JPF, providing the student perspective to organizational campaigns and programmatic decision making. Ambassadors exhibit strong leadership skills, unique insight, and passion and dedication to mental health awareness and suicide prevention. As extensions of the Foundation, they act as JPF brand and message ambassadors on their campuses. Through student-led innovation, community and campus collaboration, and peer messaging, Nine out of Ten Ambassadors contribute to carrying out JPF’s mission of preventing suicide, promoting mental health, and creating a message of hope for young adults. In doing so, Ambassadors spread the message of Nine out of Ten on their campuses and in the greater community: Be Aware. Speak Up. Reach Out. #Helpsomeone.
Expectations and Responsibilities
Ambassadors serve a 10 month term from the beginning of August to the end of May. In that time they will:
- Represent the Jordan Porco Foundation, its programs, staff, and constituents in an accurate and professional manner
- Attend monthly Zoom meetings with JPF staff and fellow Ambassadors
- 3 meetings are held each semester, with an additional wrap-up meeting in May
- Ambassadors are permitted 1 excused absence per semester
- Provide timely feedback, ideas, and insight to JPF staff, when prompted
- Fulfill a $1000 minimum fundraising requirement
- Develop, propose, and implement a “Legacy Project” to mark their time as an Ambassador
- Share, promote, and participate in JPF national initiatives and campaigns
- Promote JPF programs on their campus and in their community
- Be encouraged to organize additional awareness activities on campus
- Contribute to JPF marketing and communications efforts through social media engagement, media interview opportunities, blog submissions, etc.