Ambassador Program

The voice and face of BIP to the community

Become the voice of BIP

As a trained representative for BIP, you will rub shoulders with city influencers, business leaders and future employers while building skills and perspective that will impact your future career.


Take the stage

The Ambassador program is an application only program for current BIP students and young alumni. Ambassadors are trained to ‘wow’ the community with their stories and skills. They are proof that Big Idea Project grows Generous Leaders.

What they do:

  • Speak publicly at events, large and small
  • Network with community leaders
  • Accompany BIP’s executive leaders at events
  • Represent BIP in their schools
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Shape your future

The Ambassador experience gives you skills and experiences that will impact your professional future.

What you get:

  • Training in public speaking, storytelling, professional communication, career development, and much more
  • Experiences colleges and employers are looking for
  • Opportunities to build your professional network
  • Informal mentoring from successful leaders

The Details

The Ambassador program is a year-long program.
Ambassadors must participate in the initial training and commit to attend at least three BIP events each year as well as remain flexible for ongoing requests from BIP for fundraising meetings, media exposure and photo shoots. Additional training and incredible opportunities are offered to Ambassadors who make themselves available. All Ambassadors must sign an agreement to refrain from behavior and speech that does not accurately portray BIP and Generous Leadership®.
Fill out the the application and email it to ambassadors@bigideaproject.org.
You will be expected to submit an application, resume, sample of work and list of references. Follow up includes interviews as well as public speaking auditions.
Applications are due February 10th and Ambassadors are selected by March 1st.
The Ambassador program is for current students and young alumni who are no more than two years removed from their project.