Rockville’s Human Rights Commission is seeking 10 students to serve as HRC Student Ambassadors in its third annual Student Ambassador Program.
Ambassadors will serve as liaisons between the HRC and their high schools. The program will accept two students each from Richard Montgomery, Rockville and Thomas S. Wootton high schools, and four students who attend other Rockville high schools or who live in Rockville but attend high schools outside Rockville. Students must be 10th-, 11th-, or 12th-graders. Student Service Learning hours will be available.
HRC student ambassadors will serve an eight-month term, starting in October, and will:
- Participate in HRC meetings and teleconferences.
- Act as a liaison between the HRC and the student ambassador’s school, including faculty, student organizations and the student body at large.
- Assist the HRC in planning and executing programs and initiatives, including promotion, volunteer recruitment, fundraising and other activities.
- Provide suggestions and feedback on ways to improve HRC programs and initiatives.
An application is available at www.rockvillemd.gov/humanrights. Apply by 5 p.m. Sept. 24. If necessary, virtual interviews for selected applicants will held Oct. 4-8.