Freshmen, Sophomores, & Juniors!
The Friends of IB organization is proud to begin the the IB Student Ambassador Leadership Program!
Help support your IB program and build your resume!
Here is the info!
DEADLINE: January 23rd @ 4pm! Submit your application with Mr. Lopez
What we need from you: (Requirements)
- Must be a freshman, sophomore or junior.
- Must be willing and able to complete a minimum of 20 service hours for FOIB for the year of January to December.
- MUST attend 70% of all required FOIB Functions and those asked of you by a FOIB Executive Officer. Functions may include: Open house, FOIB General Meetings, Market Days, Freshman Picnic, Teacher luncheons, Decorating, School visits with counselor, etc.
- One Teacher Recommendation form filled out.
- Maintain a 3.0 GPA
- Make a Biyearly appointment with the Principal of the ambassador’s home school and IB Lamar to discuss any issues necessary and give updates.
- SUPPORT FOIB and IB and help inspire your classmates and community to support as well.
- Must be willing to meet a minimum fundraising requirement within the school (Will be defined at beginning of the program year by President and 1st VP of FOIB).
- MUST maintain a service log and have FOIB EXECUTIVE Officer sign for events.
- Attend monthly Junior Board Meetings
- Will serve from January to December and can roll over to the following year if all requirements have been maintained.
What you get out of it: (Goals)
- Train members to be stewards of social service
- Increase members individual competencies and leadership abilities
- Increase Teenage and young adult participation at FOIB events
- Help grow community investment and awareness in FOIB
- Encourage peer-to-peer communication.
- Support healthy and productive youth-adult partnerships
- Help share their knowledge with FOIB Executive Board to give their perspective on ideas for FOIB GROWTH.
- Train members to work under the guidance of FOIB Executive Board officers for experience in Finance, Organization, Stewards of Service, Goal Achievements, etc.
- To provide Leadership skills in their school and community environment.
Seriously it’s a great leadership program to help support the IB program to help build yourself as a student leader!