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We have completed our Spring Ambassador trainings and will be scheduling a second round of 2018 Ambassador trainings for later in the year. Apply below and we will notify you when these are scheduled!
The POST Ambassador Program brings together a dynamic community of POST supporters that help to increase awareness of our work in the community. Ambassadors help POST by sharing stories about our work and promoting our events through your own networks online (via email, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, NextDoor and/or Instagram). Ambassadors also volunteer at (or even help to organize) POST events like hikes, urban gatherings, local festivals and community presentations.
You will play an important role as an ambassador for POST and help expand our community of supporters. You will also gain a better understanding of POST projects and the benefits those protected lands bring to you and your neighbors. In addition, you will get invited to special events that bring our Ambassadors and other volunteers together and be a part of this community of people who all share a love of the outdoors and land conservation.
Want to hear it from the source? Below two of our current POST Ambassadors explain why they give their time to help protect our local open spaces:
Ambassadors commit to helping our outreach and promotional efforts on a regular, monthly basis. This can mean sharing links to stories about POST or information about our events online. This can also mean volunteering to staff or even help to organize POST’s community events. Ambassadors are expected to stay in touch by reading our Ambassador Team biweekly email and by participating in at least 3-6 events per year.
We also ask that all new Ambassadors attend 2-hour POST Ambassador Training. Please note that participants can choose from one of our two Ambassador Training sessions, which will be held at 6-8 P.M. Thursday March 8th at our office in Palo Alto, or 10 A.M. – 12 P.M. Saturday March 10th, 2018 at a location in South San Jose. Prospective Ambassadors would only need to attend one of the two trainings.