X-STEM School Ambassador Titles
X-STEM Ambassadors are the backbone of the X-STEM School Program. The X-STEM School program encourages STEM community outreach. To become certified as an X-STEM School, the X-STEM Ambassador Team, composed of one coordinator and five delegates, creates a STEM plan for their school.
X-STEM Delegates are students who are nominated by their school coordinator, or apply through the Volunteer Outreach Team.
JOB REQUIREMENTS: (Must be Certified by School Coordinator for X-STEM Tickets)
Participate in X-STEM School planning meeting to create X-STEM Outreach plan
Work with team on STEM activities
Like Festival on Facebook (if over 13 w/account)
Follow Festival on Twitter (if over 13 w/account)
Share at least 5 Festival blog posts on Facebook, Twitter or other social media
Hang at least 6 Festival posters in school and community
Read at least 4 announcements in class and extracurricular meetings (text for announcements distributed monthly during school year)
Distribute promotional materials at minimum of one (1) school STEM event per semester
Additional Ambassador Titles:
X-STEM Fellow is an exceptional delegate who want to provide exceptional STEM service. Examples of X‐STEM Fellow quality awards are below, but not limited to those listed. Contact your school coordinator for ideas.
AWARD Project IDEAS:
Organize a STEM event at school
Organize transportation for school to attend Sneak Peek Friday or X‐STEM Day
Create a Festival Commercial for School District
X-STEM Performer is designed for exceptional delegates who want to demonstrate a STEM activity through video, or in person at local STEM events. To be selected as an X-STEM Performer, activity must be submitted to Festival staff via Video on Youtube.
STEPS to be an X‐STEM Performer:
Demonstrate a STEM activity and upload video of performance on Youtube
Approved X-STEM Performers will be asked to perform at local STEM events
Work with X-STEM School Coordinator to find X‐STEM performance opportunities
X-STEM Reporter is an exceptional delegate who uses social media to provide fun STEM content for the Festival.
Social Media Suggested Ideas:
Make a meme of a fun STEM activity and share with friends
Write an article about the Festival and a local STEM activity for school or blog
Become a frequent tweeter and re‐tweeter