Regional Ambassador for a Mentorship Program
ROBOTICS FOR ALL
Mentoring for All is a no-cost program that pairs college student mentors with underserved high school students. Mentors and students meet regularly to discuss strategies and resources for high school success and college readiness. A Mentoring for All Regional Ambassador’s main role is to conduct outreach to recruit potential college student mentors and high school students, including but are not limited to their own school, nearby districts, and regions. We are looking for Regional Ambassadors who are interested and enthusiastic about outreach and publicity.
- Facilitate the partnership and communication of Mentoring for All with potential mentors and high schools in your region.
- Maintain regular contact with Mentoring for All directors regarding new recruits.
- Establish a network of enthusiastic and dedicated college student mentors and high school students for the MFA program.
- Organize events and proactive outreach to promote and recruit mentors and students for MFA
2-3 hours per weekBenefits
- Resume building
- Community service hours
- Develop your communication skills, leadership skills, and ability to work in a team environment
- Opportunity to help underserved students
- Opportunity to gain leadership positions
- Must be a college student or 11th-12th grade high school student
- Stable and reliable Internet connected device
- Outreach, publicity, or marketing experience
- Social media presence
About ROBOTICS FOR ALL
4205 SUZANNE DR, PALO ALTO, CA 94306, US
Mission: Robotics for All aims to inspire the next generation of students and volunteers to achieve their full potential, regardless of their background. Robotics for All strives to provide equitable educational opportunities to students of all backgrounds, particularly low income and under-represented students, with an emphasis on teaching the fields of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). The goal is to reduce the opportunity gap, allowing students to gain beneficial skills for the rest of their academic and professional careers. We believe that it is important for students to have access to a quality STEM education, regardless of socio-economic status.
Founded in April 2017 and officially incorporated in July 2018, Robotics for All aims to bridge close the opportunity gap by providing equitable educational opportunities to students of all backgrounds, particularly underrepresented and underserved students. Our organization previously only provided in-person classes. In July 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we transitioned our program to an online setting and experienced breakneck growth. In just 5 months, we taught the same number of students as we did in our first 3 years of operations. Our current online classes are for K-8 grader and teach a variety of platforms including Code.org, Scratch, and Python.
Robotics for All is volunteer-based, with currently over 100 volunteers at the time of writing. Our volunteers hail from dozens of states across the United States and several other countries. We encourage you to apply to join our growing community of volunteers.