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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 online networks (via email, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, NextDoor and/or Instagram). Ambassadors also volunteer at (or even help to organize) POST events such as community hikes, free film screenings, local festivals, and community presentations.
Particularly important to this role is helping to build an inclusive community that is passionate about caring for the Peninsula and South Bay. Ambassadors are responsible for making sure that all people can feel welcome when they hear about POST or attend POST events.
We hope our Ambassadors will enjoy playing an important role in expanding POST awareness in our local communities. Being an Ambassador is a great chance to understand and learn about POST projects. In addition, our Ambassadors are invited to special events that bring our community to share the love of the outdoors and land conservation!
Want to hear it from the source? These 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 basis. This can mean sharing links to stories about POST, or information about our events online. Ambassadors also volunteer 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 a 2-hour POST Ambassador Training, covering POST’s communication guidelines, frequently asked questions, and other topics related to this role. A confirmed time and location for training occur every 4 to 6 months.