StudyBlue Ambassadors

Teachers love using StudyBlue with their students and we love our teachers right back. After thinking long and hard about how to share all the great ways StudyBlue helps students learn their stuff, we decided to enlist a group of brave teachers to help us spread the word. We are pleased to introduce the StudyBlue Ambassadors Program.

We invite all teachers who have tried StudyBlue to apply to become an Ambassador, a title, which will reflect your passion for technology in the classroom and dedication to the always-evolving tools for education. StudyBlue Ambassadors will have access to the newest StudyBlue features, receive some really sweet swag and take part in various activities to promote our service.

Who should apply:

  • Innovative teachers who integrate technology into their teaching
  • Passionate educators who are dedicated to improving education
  • Collaborative teachers who work closely with other educators
  • Facilitators who help students learn by giving them tools and letting them run

What you’ll get:

Let’s just say, you’ll be representing StudyBlue in style. We’ll set you up with free StudyBlue+ (our premium service), a StudyBlue t-shirt, ambassador certificate, and Grid-It filled with teaching essentials. A press release will also be sent to your local paper announcing your selection. Lastly, you’ll be invited to exclusive training sessions and events, have access to a community of other fellow SB “power users,” and be eligible to receive conference subsidies.

What we expect:

We’ll provide the list and you’ll provide the expertise on how you can best help us help you! We currently anticipate our StudyBlue Ambassadors to contribute at least four times per year. Below, you’ll find ideas teachers have given us, so check them out and feel free to offer up any suggestions of your own:

  • Create a deck to share & publish
  • Conduct webinar for other teachers
  • Write a blog post
  • Present SB at a conference or event
  • Create video of SB in use

Don’t miss the opportunity to become a StudyBlue Ambassador.

Click here to apply

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