Olami Souled
Ambassador Toolbox

Your role as an ambassador

The role of an Olami Souled Ambassador is to represent Olami in an authentic way.

Inspiring Jewish greatness is what we are all about and your genuine passion for this value will shine through in your interactions with participants.

Being able to articulate what is great about Olami Souled, why it would be of added value to join the program and the benefits to participants for getting involved is crucial to the role as an ambassador. Being creative, using your initiative, and implementing strategies to engage unaffiliated is a primary focus of the job as well as being able to track and follow up effectively so that they continue their journey.

Duties of an ambassador

Empower and inspire Jewish women to live a life of clarity, connection and meaning by role modeling this in the way you interact online and off.

Recruit at least 25 young Jewish women to the Souled Club program from Instagram.

Build the Souled community on Facebook and Instagram by creating content calendar, commenting, posting, and engaging daily. Goal is to increase by 400 by the end of February 2021.

Facilitate a group of around 20 participants in Souled Club- launching in March. Details will be provided on the Ambassador Dashboard.

Create personal connections with your group.

Follow up with the participants in your group to connect them to Seriously Souled or a local Olami center.

Report using the follow up tracking form provided.

Please keep track of your hours (max 5/wk) and submit every Monday in the link below

Resources

GUIDELINES

HANDBOOK

MONTHLY CALENDAR

Training dates

We take leadership seriously, so developing yourself as a leader is paramount to the role and being successful in it. Olami will provide leadership training online directly with the ambassadors led by Daniella Stern, results-driven leadership expert with extensive experience.

Click to access past recordings.

Contact Us

If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.

Robyn Cohen

rcohen@olami.org

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