The Global GREEN Ambassador Program

The Global GREEN Ambassador Program is an all-star cohort of GREEN alumni committed to education, sustainability, and adventure. Ambassadors are forward-thinking alumni inspired to stay active in the GREEN community and eager to share The GREEN Program philosophy and mission on their campuses and in their communities. We competitively select a class of GREEN Ambassadors to be our liaisons on campuses across the world each semester.



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Meet our 2019 Fall Ambassadors

Samantha Hudson, University of Louisville

Daniel Ricketts, North Carolina State University

Georgia Hanby, North Carolina State University

Mackenzie Warwick, University of Michigan

Josh Feig, University of Pennsylvania

Sydni Fritts, Pennsylvania State University

Gabriel Schaefer, Pennsylvania State University

Krisha Vallejos, California Polytechnic State University - Pomona

Katrina Scotford, Durham University

Owen Nally, University of North Carolina - Wilmington

Leah Anderson, Grand Valley State University

John Jacobs, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Alice Barnes, Monash University

Bailey Apostolico, University of Delaware

Lukasz Rapacz, University of Toronto

Tyler Jackson Whittaker, Santa Clara university

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Alumni Profile

Georgia Hanby

North Carolina State University

Mechanical Engineering

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Alumni Profile

Miranda Mastrocola

Temple University

Environmental Studies Major/global Studies And Spanish Minor

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Alumni Profile

Shirbrina Jefferson

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What is a GREEN Ambassador?

  • Alumni of The GREEN Program ready to hit the ground running after their GREEN adventure, elevate their leadership on campus, and gain invaluable professional experience while still in school

  • Pumped to share their GREEN experience with other students while standing out among their peers as an advocate for sustainable development, experiential education, and of course, adventure!

  • Campus hustlers energized by connecting with friends, professors, and new networks on campus

What do Ambassadors do?

  • Host an info session where you'll showcase your TGP experience and passion for sustainability

  • Connect with students on your campus that are interested in learning more about TGP or hearing about your experience

  • Help HQ connect with faculty and staff on your campus that might be interested in learning more or working with TGP

  • Share exclusive TGP news, updates, and announcements with your community

  • Support from a dedicated member of HQ to ensure your success

What are the benefits? 

  • Super-charge your resume with professional experience, leadership development, and community organizing skills in a field you’re passionate about all while being a rockstar on campus

  • Join a close-knit global community of like-minded changemakers who share a passion for sustainability, education, and travel

  • If you refer 5-10 students that secure their spot on TGP you are eligible to earn a future program half off or free

  • Top-performing Ambassadors are eligible to return to mentor GREEN students on future programs, all expenses paid

  • If requested, a letter of recommendation, professional reference, and LinkedIn endorsement after completion


Make me an Ambassador!

To become a GREEN Ambassador you must be an alumnus of the program.


To apply, complete the form below. You will also schedule a 15-20 minute phone interview our team. 


Please note that we have a limited number of Ambassador positions and availability at each university. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and we encourage you to apply ASAP. 

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