Ambassador Program Application

Part One • Tell Us About Yourself

e.g. he/him/his, she/her/hers, they/them/theirs
Current Mailing Address
Please give abbreviation (i.e. IL, IN, WA).
Size S-3XL
ex. Spring 2023
e.g. Gilman Scholarship, homeschool scholarships, etc.
e.g. THON, Model UN, Film Festival. etc.
e.g. Resident Assistant
As part of our efforts to support diverse students abroad, we connect Ambassadors with future IES Abroad students who have specific questions about how aspects of their identity will relate to their time abroad. The information you share below will be used solely by IES Abroad to help connect you with students asking to speak with an Ambassador about one of the topics that you select. It will not be displayed on our website nor disseminated to anyone outside of IES Abroad. IES Abroad has a non-discrimination policy that prohibits discrimination against any individual on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, disability, citizenship, or veteran status in terms of admission, housing, or other services in the educational programs it operates.
For which aspects of your identity do you wish to offer advice and insight to other students? Please answer any and all that you are willing to share:
We may pull quotes from Ambassador responses to this question to use in materials we create in the future to promote and support diversity in study abroad.

Part Two • Ambassador Questions

At least 2-4 sentences.
Describe a class, field trip, host family, or a moment that made your experience amazing.
You won't be penalized or asked to switch either way!
Instagram, TikTok, etc. We're @IESabroad if you're not following us yet! :-)

Part Three • Bio & Headshot

You can include your favorite hobby or a fun fact, anything that a reader might like to know about you!
It doesn't have to be super formal! Just submit a fun solo pic of yourself that we can use on our website if you are selected.