The Twitter Student Ambassadors Program is a program set up to support our enthusiastic student builders. Our leaders and ambassadors are
the heart and soul of our global community – they go above and beyond to give back by passionately running community groups at their schools.
If you’re interested in starting a student group for your school, we want to hear from you. Please read through the information below to learn more
about what it means to be a Student Ambassador. Once you’ve read through the details, fill out the short form below to receive an application.
We aim to support our ambassadors with mentorship and community management skills
and training to help you be the best leader you can be. You also have access to select Twitter events.
Our large and worldwide community of indie and professional developers,
community organizers, Insiders, and Tweeps allow you to build your professional network.
With our network of developers and community groups, our ambassadors help
educate and expand their communities both online and in-person.
You are enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate, or PhD program at a college or university
You have at least one academic year left until graduation
You have an approved Twitter Developer Account
You love Twitter and are excited to help design students grow and bring people together
You agree to our Code of Conduct, making the experience safe and inclusive for all attendees
As a student leader, you’re committed to keeping your group active by hosting at least one event per quarter, or two events per semester
Make sure you have read the Student Ambassador FAQs
Read the Community Organizer Code of Conduct and Developer Policy & Agreements.
Check the Twitter Developer Community to see if there's an existing chapter in your location.
If there's a Twitter Developer Community group in your location, contact the current organizer(s) from the Twitter Developer or in-person at an event to express interest in helping as a co-organizer.
If there's no Twitter Ambassador Group in your location, apply here.
Allow time for your application to be reviewed. If your application has met the above requirements, we will reach out via email to set up a time to answer questions and discuss the program. If the application isn't a good fit, we'll still notify you by email.