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Official Partner of the ASF Foundation Student Ambassador Program

What is the ASF Foundation Student Ambassadors program?

The Student Ambassadors Program was established in 2001 to present an opportunity for high school students to further develop their skills in good citizenship and leadership. Since then, the ASF Foundation has partnered with great businesses such as AT&T, State Farm, the AL. Dept. of Public Health, and others, to push specific initiatives such as Don’t Text and Drive, Smoke-Free Alabama, and Don’t Drink and Drive and Remember to Buckle Up. Further development of skills in the following areas:

Personal Growth/Development               Team Work
Leadership                                                  Networking
Community Involvement                          Communications
Responsibility                                             Public Speaking
Confidence Building                                  Event Planning

Who's Eligible? 

 

Alabama high school students (9-12th grade) with a strong display of academics, work ethic, leadership, and communication skills. 

What is the Student Ambassadors program?

The Student Ambassadors program is an opportunity for high school students to develop and/or improve their leadership skills.  Tasks are centered around activities such as networking, public speaking, event planning,  marketing, social media promotion plus other activities needed to meet post secondary life goals.

Each completed task is awarded points in a year-long competition for academic scholarships.  Scholarships are awarded in July and range from $500 - $2,500 and can be used at any college, university or trade school program.  Once a scholarship recipient is enrolled in their chosen program the ASF Foundation will send the scholarship money to the program to be applied to the student's account.

Student Ambassadors will learn skills while promoting the ASF Foundation and Alabama State Games gaining real world experience and knowledge.

Scholarship Opportunities

Each completed task is awarded points in a year-long competition for academic scholarships.  Scholarships are awarded in July and range from $500 - $2,500 and can be used at any college, university or trade school program.  Once a scholarship recipient is enrolled in their chosen program the ASF Foundation will send the scholarship money to the program to be applied to the student's account.

2022-2023
Student Ambassador Scholarship Winners

Madison Mowbray- $2,500  Alfred Michael “Freddie” Lester Award

Nala Caldwell - $1,000

Michael Kimble II - $500

Brayden Johnson - $500

Bre Walker - $500

Amanda Koshak - $500

Jillee Jin - $500

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