What does a Student Ambassador do?

  • Welcome and greet the public at Relay events.

  • Provide information about Relay to guests

  • Develop an expanded knowledge about Relay’s mission and purpose

  • Conduct community engagement for Relay events

  • Work with diverse populations and provide tips on being a successful student.

  • Attend required training and meetings

  • Assist with creative elements for Relay, including but not limited to management                                                                of social media, newsletters, and other communication tools

  • Other duties as assigned

What are the benefits of becoming a Student Ambassador?

Student Ambassadors develop a wide range of transferable skills that benefit you. Employers, colleges, and universities are looking for more than just good grades; they want community involvement and service! Student Ambassadors gain leadership skills to help build resumes, university, and scholarship applications. They earn letters of recommendation, get connected to and serve their community, and help students and families learn more about Relay Heroes Today Leaders Tomorrow.



  • Must be in grades 5th – 11th

  • Have completed the 4th grade but have not graduated high school

  • Passing all classes or have earned a 3.0 GPA - letter of explanation accepted if not meeting minimum GPA

  • Must commit to 12 months of service

  • Demonstrate strong communication (written and verbal) and interpersonal skills

  • Exhibit leadership, initiative, dependability, discipline, and enthusiasm

  • Attend ½ day training

  • Participate in Relay’s Annual Brunch

  • Participate in 2 Relay community sponsored/partnered events

More info: About Relay Student Ambassador Program

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