Ambassador Program

Want to be a Game Changer?

The Student Ambassador gives students the opportunity to improve their marketing and journalism skills, enhance their college resume, improve their social media presence, and be the go-to person for high school athletics by writing stories, posting images and videos, and writing game previews and reviews for your high school athletic teams.




Check out our FAQs for more information.

Q1. What is involved in being an Ambassador?

A. As an Ambassador you get the opportunity to work on your marketing, jounalism, and social media presence all at once. We are looking for driven individuals that love high school sports charismatic, and driven. As an ambassador you get to write stories, upload photos, select 'Players of the Week', write Game Previews and Game Reviews. You can use your dashboard to enter your content and then share it through your social media pages.

Q2.What are the benefits of being an Ambassador?

A. - Being an Ambassador looks great on a college resume.
- As an Ambassador you get to work on your marketing and journalism skills
- Improve your social media footprint

- Improve self-confidence
- Be the go-to person for YOUR school

Q3. What is the time commitment?

A. It depends on the individual. I would expect between 5-10 hours a week, depending on how many events you attend and time to develop stories.

Q4. Can I get paid for being an Ambassador?

A. There is no opportunity to earn revenue as an Ambassador, however, we encourage you to check out our Executive Ambassador program.

Q5. Am I assigned a particular sport?

A. No, you can cover any sport that you want. We will notify you if there are multiple ambassadors at your school so the work isn't replicated.

Q6. How do I sign up?

A. Go to the 'Sign Up' page on www.theRosterMonster.com and select 'Ambassador' and fill in the correct information and the 'General Agreement form. Once that is ocmplete, you're good to go. Your Athletic Director/Activities director will be notified as well.

Q7. I need some story ideas

A. There are many opportunites to capture your audience and get them up to speed on the culture and identity of a team or player. Here are a few ideas:
- Team Profile
- Season Preview
- Season Profile
- Player Profile
- Feel good story
- A story about overcoming adversity
- How community supports the school/team
- How the school/students support their team(s)
Feel free to reach out to us via email for more ideas and tips.

Q8. How do I share my articles, images, videos, etc

A. Post them through your theRosterMonster personal dashboard and also share them through social media(Twitter, Instagram, FB etc) and encourage your followers to share and re-post.

Q8. Am I obligated to post a specific amount of articles, photos, videos, or game previews or reviews a week?

A. You run the show so you're not obligated to a specific number of articles. Our recommendation is to keep the data fresh, so 1-2 articles or new material a week is ideal

Q8. Does the material I post need to restriced to my high school athletics only?

A. Yes. If anything other than your high school is posted we have the right to close your account immediately.

Q8. Can I be an Ambassador if I am involved in sports?

A. Yes, as long as you're an Ambassador in your off season. We want to ensure your priorites are school and athletics.

Executive Ambassador Program

Want to be a Game Changer and earn money?

The Executive Ambassador role is an enhancement of the Student Ambassador role but allows students to earn money and take more control over their school’s account. As an Executive Ambassador you will have the same responsibilities as a Student Ambassador, but will also be responsible for selecting the 'Player of the Week', write Game Previews / Reviews, and also promote local businesses by helping them purchasing ad space on the site. We give you the tools you need to be successful in selling local ads and earn residual income. The more traffic you bring to your page(s), the higher the value of the ad space, and the more potential earnings for you. With this role, you're promoting your school, teams, and earning money!




Check out our FAQs for more information.

Q1. What is involved in being an Executive Ambassador?

A. As an Executive Ambassador you get the opportunity to work on your marketing, jounalism, sales, and social media presence all at once. We are looking for driven individuals that love high school sports charismatic, and self-driven. As an Executive Ambassador you get to write stories, upload photos, select 'Players of the Week', write Game Previews, Game Reviews and meet with the community to help them grow and brand their business . You can use your Executive Ambassador dasboard to enter your content and then share it through your social media pages.

Q2.What are the benefits of being an Executive Ambassador?

A. - Being an Executive Ambassador looks great on a college resume.
- As an Ambassador you get to work on your marketing, sales, and journalism skills
- Improve your social media footprint
- Improve self-confidence
- Be the go-to person for YOUR school - Help businses in the community grow and brand their business

Q3. What is the time commitment?

A. It depends on the individual. Expect between 5-10 hours a week, depending on how many events you attend, time to develop stories and the number of businesses you meet.

Q4. How much do I get paid?

A. You get 25% of the ad price and 25% of that ad revenue will go to your school. For example, if you sell $1000 of ads at a monthly rate, you would earn $250 per month for the length of the contract.

Q4. What if I don't have any sales experience

A. Not a problem at all. We have guides and tutorials at your disposal once you're signed up that will set you up for success.

Q5. Am I assigned a particular sport?

A. No, you can cover any sport that you want. We will notify you if there are multiple ambassadors at your school so the work isn't replicated.

Q6. How do I sign up?

A. Go to the 'Sign Up' page on www.theRosterMonster.com and select 'Executive Ambassador' and fill in the correct information and the 'General Agreement form. Once that is ocmplete, you're good to go. Your Athletic Director/Activities director will be notified as well.

Q7. Do I need to sell the ads?

A. We have provided our Ambassadors material to help them sell the ads, but if you're not comfortable you can pass the qualified leads to us and we'll do the rest and you'll still earn the commission!

Q8. I need some story ideas

A. There are many opportunites to capture your audience and get them up to speed on the culture and identity of a team or player. Here are a few ideas:
- Team Profile
- Season Preview
- Season Profile
- Player Profile
- Feel good story
- A story about overcoming adversity
- How community supports the school/team
- How the school/students support their team(s)
Feel free to reach out to us via email for more ideas and tips.

Q9. How do I share my articles, images, videos, etc

A. Post them through your theRosterMonster.com dashboard and also share them through social media(Twitter, Instagram, FB etc) and encourage your followers to share and re-post.

Q10. Am I obligated to post a specific amount of articles, photos, videos, or game previews or reviews a week?

A. You run the show so you're not obligated to a specific number of articles. Our recommendation is to keep the data fresh, so 1-2 articles or new material a week is ideal

Q11. Does the material I post need to restriced to my high school athletics only?

A. Yes. If anything other than your high school is posted we have the right to close your account immediately.

Q12. Can I be an Executive Ambassador if I am involved in sports?

A. Yes, as long as you're an ambassador in your off season. We want to ensure your priorites are school and athletics.

Q13 Are there any restriction on businesses I can approach for a sales opportunity?

A. Yes, we restrict adversting for bars, liquor stores, and similar establishments. If you are not sure, feel free to contact us at Email. We have specifics in the resources section of your dashboard.

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