Student Ambassador Program

$2,500

February 17, 2018

Awards Available: 3

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The purpose of the Student Ambassador program is to bring information on scams and frauds to the entry-level consumer. With high disposable incomes, young consumers are easy targets for scam artists. The Student Ambassador program is designed to train eleventh and twelfth-grade students to deliver this information to peer groups on campus. Student Ambassadors will receive two hours of training on the educational information that they will be asked to share. They will then have the opportunity to develop and deliver their presentation to a small peer group. The more peers you present to, the higher your chances of winning one of three scholarships (1st place: $2,500, 2nd place: $1,500, or 3rd place: $1,000). At the completion of the program, all Student Ambassadors will receive a certificate.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Shelby Snyder
  • 4747 Viewridge Ave.
  • Suite 200
  • San Diego, CA 92123
  • ssnyder@sdoc.bbb.org
  • tel: 858-637-6199 x366
  • fax: 858-496-2141

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