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Ideal candidates

  • Students or recent graduates (high school or college) driven by positively impacting the lives of Hispanic students.
  • Students or recent graduates (high school or college) who want to work at the national level, networking with Hispanic leaders.
  • Students or recent graduates (high school or college) looking to start careers in a nonprofit environment serving the Hispanic community.

 

Requirements:

  • A GenZ Hispanic excellent student or recent graduate (high school or college).
  • Strong commitment to Hispanic advancement causes.
  • Interested in speaking publicly about their educational experiences as a Hispanic students.

 

Benefits:

 

  • Access to media relations training. 
  • Networking opportunities with dozens of educational leaders across the country.
  • Priority in paid internships with NSCAF.
  • A publishing platform for op-ed pieces (optional)
  • Traveling to cover National School Choice Week events (optional).
  • Public speaking opportunities in events with all expenditures paid.

 

Time commitment:

This is a year-long commitment with an estimated time of 5 hours per month for professional development. Extra hours might be needed depending on traveling.

 

About Us

Conoce tus Opciones Escolares is a project of the National School Choice Awareness Foundation, Inc. a nonprofit charitable organization with the mission of improving K-12 education in the United States and supporting the academic success of all students by raising public awareness of the school options available to families, including public/district, charter, magnet, private, online, and home education.

 

Use this Form to Apply!

STUDENT LEADERSHIP AMBASSADOR

A one-year program for students and recent graduates designed to highlight the achievements of successful students, to provide them with a platform to inspire other Hispanic students, and to develop professional skills and networking opportunities.

Name(Required)
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Are you a Gen Z (born 1997 to 2013)?(Required)
This program is designed to provide opportunities to emerging Hispanic Gen Z students leaders.