SKIP Ambassador Application For Seniors2016-11-30T19:00:28-04:00

SKIP Ambassador Application For Seniors

WHAT IS A SKIP AMBASSADOR?

The Senior’s and Kid’s Intergenerational Programs’ Ambassadors are students and seniors who gather exciting highlights about their class visits.

Ambassadors are a select group of seniors and students with a diverse range of backgrounds and experiences who can provide detailed and candid moment and information about SKIP.

Ambassadors work with SKIP Head Office by sharing photographs, and blogging about their visits. SKIP Head Office will speak to you regarding upcoming SKIP events. Assisting with special SKIP events and providing feedback to the SKIP Head Office will be an important part in the Ambassador’s role.

WHY SHOULD I BECOME AN AMBASSADOR?

  • Provide a supportive and welcoming environment to fellow residents and students
  • Opportunity to share your perspectives about SKIP with the chance to be features in the Brant News and on their website
  • A chance to be featured on the SKIP Facebook page
  • Take on a leadership role and encourage others
  • The yearend Ambassador celebration with other Ambassadors and a chance to win great prizes

REQUIREMENTS – SCHOOL YEAR (September-June) 

  • Dedicate 1-2 hours a month.
  • Respond to all emails from SKIP Head Office as soon as possible.
  • Promote contests and other SKIP events to their peers.
  • Write monthly reflections based on SKIP visits.
  • Meet deadlines.
  • Must be friendly, approachable, respectful and informative.
  • Will represent their residence and class in a positive manner.

HOW DO I BECOME AN AMBASSADOR?

Interested in becoming a SKIP Ambassador?

Applications are now being accepted. Please complete the electronic form below to submit your application.

AMBASSADOR APPLICATION

  • Contact Information

  • By providing your email address you give SKIP permission to contact you via this email with regard to SKIP events and activities.
  • Ambassador Questionnaire

  • I agree to have my reflections published and name used