Community Ambassadors

NEW FOR 2019!

Are you passionate about Access Fund’s work and want to make a bigger impact? Do you love engaging your local community and attending events? Does the idea of representing Access Fund on a higher level excite you? If you answered “yes” to all of these questions, consider becoming an Access Fund Community Ambassador!

Community Ambassadors are rock star volunteers who help Access Fund connect to local networks. Ambassadors play a significant role in raising awareness about our work as well as fundraising through events, outreach, and social media. By serving in their own communities, Ambassadors meet and collaborate with other local climbers, brands, and entities, connecting old and new climbers in protecting and conserving the areas we hold dear.

Want to learn more? Check out the program outline below, the Community Ambassador position description. Applications will be available Monday, April 15th. Applications are due Friday, April 26th, 2019 at 5:00 PM MST.

Become a Community Ambassador!

Join the movement! Applications are live Monday, April 15th and due Friday, April 26th.
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WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR?

  • You are an enthusiastic climber who is familiar with Access Fund’s work and is a positive role model in the gym and at the crag. All abilities and backgrounds are welcome!
  • You are an excited, organized person who has experience coordinating events and social media content. To-do lists, detailed project management, and perfectly orchestrated events are your favorite!
  • You are an individual with the ability to represent the organization in a professional manner, have solid communication skills, and eager to learn and ask questions throughout your Ambassador work.
  • Spaces are limited, so this is a big deal. You are ready to join the movement and work hard!
  • You can commit to a 1-year Ambassador term, with the potential for a second 1-year term.
Photo courtesy of Abbi Hearne.


WHAT DO AMBASSADORS DO?

  • Solely represent Access Fund at local events through tabling, membership drives, and high fives.
  • Collaborate with affiliated local climbing organizations and other local entities to organize 2-3 fun and engaging fundraising events in your area.
  • Seeks out and exploits outreach and fundraising opportunities.
  • Make strong connections with local climbing organizations and other area partners.
  • Take part in Ambassador-specific initiatives and trainings with Access Fund staff.
  • Excitedly share Access Fund’s social media content.
  • Serve as a community resource and connection to Access Fund.
Photo courtesy of Martina Zandonella.

WHAT ARE AMBASSADORS' BENEFITS?

  • Access Fund, Ambassador-specific branded gear!
  • Pro-deals with our corporate partners!
  • Recognition on the Access Fund website!
  • FUN community service and a warm, fuzzy feeling for your good work!
  • Expanding your network and connections!
Photo courtesy of Favia Dubyk.

READY TO BECOME AN AMBASSADOR?

HERE'S HOW.

  • Review the Community Ambassador position description.
  • Apply by Friday, April 26th, 2019 via the Community Ambassador application. Mark your calendar: applications will be live on Monday, April 15th!
  • Selected applicants will be chosen by Friday, May 10th, 2019 and will be interviewed by Access Fund staff.
  • The final, 2019 Community Ambassador team will be selected and announced by Friday, May 24th, 2019.
  • Community Ambassadors will take part in a 2-day virtual training with Access Fund staff (date TBD).

CONSIDER OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  • Age: Ambassadors must be 18 years or older.
  • Training: Ambassadors are required to partake in a live, digital training prior to program start.
  • Reporting: Ambassadors are required to report their work and activities monthly.
  • Inventory and Donation Organization: Ambassadors must keep inventory, donations, and other materials tracked in an organized, honest way.
  • Communication: Ambassadors are required to communicate in a timely, transparent manner.

QUESTIONS?

We are excited, too, and welcome any and all questions! Please contact Heather Distad, Events and Outreach Manager, at heather@accessfund.org.

Photo courtesy of Andrew Burr.