Apply for Keller ISD Student Ambassador by Sept. 30
The Keller ISD Student Ambassador program was launched in 2010 by the District’s Media Production Department. It is a public relations program designed to provide students with the opportunity to further expand their educational experience and growth at Keller ISD by developing their public speaking, presentation and content delivery skills. The program selects a group of students from throughout the District’s high schools to serve as “the face of Keller ISD” in a number of exciting presentation and communication endeavors.
Most of the Student Ambassadors’ activities will involve presenting or performing on camera in various district video projects. These might include news magazine shows, interview shows, registration programs, public service announcements and program advertisements. Other duties may include speaking at district events, public forums, appearing in numerous other video projects, photo shoots, posters and advertising campaigns.
Students interested in becoming a Student Ambassador must be a sophomore, junior or senior in a Keller ISD school during the 2014-15 school year. They must submit a video application, and then may be chosen to attend a five-minute audition which will consist of reading off a teleprompter, performing a short interview and answering some simple questions about why they would like to be involved in the program. Applications are currently being accepted through September 30, 2014.
Click here to apply online. For more information or questions, contact Matt Hill, Media Production Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 817-744-6980.