ENGAGE AND EMPOWER HIGH SCHOOL LEADERS

The School Ambassador program seeks to engage and empower high school leaders, ages thirteen (13) and over to put their unique skills to use with the purpose of impacting their community. These participants are challenged to activate their own leadership skills, promote the love of philanthropy while inspiring the same characteristics among their peers.

The program consists of attending and participating in various community service projects and assisting with fundraisers to benefit the children served by His House Children’s Home.
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  • Must be able to commit to a one-year term
  • Must complete at minimum of 75 hours of service during the four years in high school.
  • Must host a minimum of one (1) fundraiser per quarter throughout one-year term (fundraisers include service projects, peer to peer, drives, events, etc.)
  • Promote the program as well as the organization and its events at their individual school as well as in their local community.
  • Involve family and friends
  • Ensure representation of HHCH at Open House and/or student meetings at their individual schools.
  • Community service hours honored by His House Children’s Home.
  • Spotlight your service project to have a greater advantage to earn prestigious community service scholarships such as the Silver Knight Award.
  • One (1) Letter of Recommendation from His House Children’s Home.
  • School Ambassador Certificate.
  • Recognition and Awards.
  • Honorable mention on our Website.
  • Opportunities to win an award and be recognized at our Annual Gala Fundraiser Events

Meetings will be held on a quarterly basis to cast vision, talk about the next campaign/ Fundraiser and for the students to report on each of their areas in order to discuss strategies and possible synergies; listen to key updates.

BECOME A SCHOOL AMBASSADOR

Earn community service hours and make a difference un your school for a great cause.

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