We are a nationwide movement, wanting to give anyone an opportunity to get involved. Our ambassadors are high school or college students helping other students. Amare Ambassadors act as advocates for survivors by helping to promote their stories through social media, helping the Amare Outreach team with tasks and events, and being representatives of our cause. If you're interested in making an impact, please fill out the application below the contact box on this page.
amare ambassador responsibilities :
1). Social Media Involvement Since our non profit is largely based on the web, social media presence is crucial. As an ambassador we ask that you like/share/retweet/etc. Amare Outreach posts to help grow our audience interactions. If you don't already have a link to a website in your account, we ask that you put ours (www.AmareOutreach.org) in yours.
2). Advocacy Another main focus as an Amare Ambassador should be to advocate for our survivors. Be the type of person that is willing to discuss these topics with other people. Our Co-Founders started this organization because people opened up to them, and this is their way of advocating for all.
3). Events This is something that won’t apply to all ambassadors, but will be a major component to our program. Stories are powerful, and even more so when told in person. You may be asked to schedule an event at your school for our founders to come out and speak at. This is something that would be big not only for us, but for you as well. It will be a great demonstration of leadership and character for those hosting the events. Application
Tell us why you want to be an Amare Ambassador.
Tell us something you believe would help other people's mental health.
Tell us how or what you want to contribute to the Amare Team.
Is there anything specific you are interested in doing, or are you open to doing anything?
The city you live in and the school you attend.
Your Social Media Accounts:
Remember, you are not alone. We are here to support you. Please share your story with us, and help others find hope.
If you are in an emergency mental health situation, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.