Student Ambassadors are enthusiastic about bringing their peers together to connect and learn from each other and are part of our Community Group program. You lead a student group for your campus, coordinate in-person and virtual events, and be the point person for the Twitter Developer Community Team.
In order to be considered an active group, you’ll commit to hosting at least one event every quarter. If you’re on the semester system, 2 events per semester. All Twitter Ambassador events should be approved by Twitter
You’ll help students grow their knowledge about the Twitter Developer Platform through hosting workshops and events. Some examples of events are:
No, Ambassadors can’t be paid for hosting an event.
No, however, we do encourage event speakers to be other community members sharing their experiences.
We do not allow speakers to be companies marketing to our community members
Speakers at events are not paid
We are happy to assist in connecting you to other community members to speak at your event
After you fill out the form below, we will follow up with an interview. You’ll also be asked to read and agree to our Community Advocate Policies.
There sure are! They include:
One year. After a year, you can renew your agreement or find a new leader for your student group. If you’re graduating, you’ll need to nominate another student to lead the group.
We are currently launching the Twitter Student Ambassador Program, as a pilot program for the 2022/2023 academic year. At this time, we are accepting applications for Student Leaders of schools based in North America until September 15, 2022. As part of the pilot, we will only be accepting 20 student groups to start and will open up the program to more groups in the near future.
All good! If something comes up and the commitment is no longer manageable, you can let us know – we have an exit process. In addition, if you violate any of our policies or Code of Conduct we may discuss off-boarding before the one-year mark.