What are the expectations of an Ambassador?

Ambassadors are known for their open minds and hearts, respect for others, enthusiasm, passion to make a difference, and Project 351’s core values of kindness, compassion, humility, and gratitude.  From every corner of the state and diverse in all ways, Ambassadors forge bonds of friendship based on a shared commitment to service.

As a member of Project 351, Ambassadors represent their family, school, and community with honor, humility, and pride. Over a year's term, he/she engages with a community of peers in team-based service projects and leadership development opportunities. Respect, a cooperative spirit, and fun are hallmarks of successful Ambassador teams.

Ambassadors are expected to be their best self as a member of Project 351. They are encouraged to use the service and leadership skills they develop to address important issues facing their local communities. 

Participation in January’s Launch Day is required for the Ambassador.  We invite, but do not mandate, participation in four additional cornerstone initiatives: Leadership Reunion at Gillette Stadium (May), and Spring, 9.11 Tribute, and Fall statewide service.  These three service campaigns unite the Class in a common mission and provide scale for our non-profit partners. Ambassadors are invited to lead a project in his/her hometown and are provided with comprehensive training, mentoring, and support from Project 351.  Together, Ambassadors demonstrate the extraordinary change made possible when young people unite in service.