Rockville’s Human Rights Commission (HRC) is seeking students to serve as ambassadors that will function as liaisons between the commission and high schools that serve the City of Rockville. Application deadline is Oct. 15 at 5 p.m.
Participate in Human Rights Commission (HRC) meetings and teleconferences.
Act as liaisons between the HRC and their schools.
Assist the HRC in planning, executing and improving its programs and initiatives.
Be recognized at HRC events.
Support the Human Rights Commission on their visits to the schools.
Share information with others using social media.
Attend education public outreach organized by the city.
The program is open to students in high school. Students must be 10th-, 11th- and 12th-graders and volunteers from high school will need to have the support of their counselors.
Those interested in becoming a Student Ambassador must apply online. Ambassadors will serve an eight-month term (from mid-October-June). Those selected must attend a training session. Two students will be selected from each of the five schools serving Rockville.