Volunteer As An Ambassador
Volunteer as an Ambassador
We are building a global network to help protect Black people from the harm & humiliation of racism & xenophobia, especially while traveling and in a new environment.
I LOVE BLACK PEOPLE is inviting volunteers who prides themselves in disrupting Self-Hate in Our Communities.
We also have opportunities for students for Optional Practical Training (OPT).
Taking on a brand ambassador role means that we want you to represent I LOVE BLACK PEOPLE positively and enthusiastically. By doing so, you will help support Black people across the world.
Interested Persons Should
- Have an appreciation of Pan Africanism & current technologies.
- Possess excellent communication skills and interacts well in interdisciplinary and multicultural teams.
- Ability to work calmly under pressure with minimum or no supervision and handling of multiple tasks.
- Excellent creativity and confidence to share new ideas.
Brand Ambassador Responsibilities
- Protect Black people from the harm & humiliation of racism & xenophobia
- Recommend Black Owned & Black Friendly businesses.
- Verify Black Owned & Black Friendly businesses
- Disseminate our message of love to large groups of people, especially positive social influencers with a large platform or following.
- Promote and get as many people you know to download the app.
- Wear our message of love every time especially at predominately Black social, political, and economic events
- Develop creative and relevant social media content (i.e. post and stories) that are relevant to the cause. (i.e. Making a story or post about your positive experience, with black-owned businesses or collegiate events).
- Create your own I LOVE BLACK PEOPLE team and care for them - fiercely and frequently. (i.e. For instance, whoever is interacting with your social media posts, be sure to give them extra love & attention)
Perks of being an ambassador?
- The opportunity to join a revolutionary movement
- Supporting the cause of Anti-racism
- Protecting Black people from the humiliation and harm of racism