Become a Student Ambassador

Who are Student Ambassadors?

Student Ambassadors are bridges to the student communities at News Decoder’s partner schools, and thus play a critical role in helping us fulfill our mission of educating young people around the world.

Student Ambassadors are natural leaders and effective communicators. They are organized, proactive and intellectually curious. They are inclusive and open to engaging with a wide number of students at their school and News Decoder’s other partner schools.

What do they do?

Student Ambassadors champion News Decoder activities at their school. They promote awareness of News Decoder among their peers and notify them of opportunities to get involved in our workshops, webinars, storytelling contests and podcast series. Student Ambassadors regularly communicate with News Decoder’s leadership team, faculty at their school and the broader student body.

Student Ambassadors should expect to devote between 3 and 10 hours per month to News Decoder activities during the school year.

How can I become a Student Ambassador?

At the end of each school year, all interested students are encouraged to apply to become their school’s Student Ambassador for the subsequent school year. To be eligible, a student must be a student at the school the following year.

To apply, follow these two simple steps:

Step 1: Download the application form

Step 2: Submit your form

Send your application to

School Partnerships Become a Student Ambassador