Our Kids Helping Kids ambassador program allows students to take their passion and turn it into action to help others. As they plan, initiate and run the projects they simultaneously develop a multitude of leadership skills: Working with others that have differing views, communicating and initiating ideas, speaking in front of a group, project planning, reflecting and making needed changes, delegating, problem solving, developing empathy, having the confidence to take action and enlisting and enrolling others to help you to highlight a few. Come join us and make an impact on others as well as yourself! We have a kickoff meeting to plan the year in September, then another on in January and April. We have call in meetings from the comforts of your home for those who want to join planning teams for different projects. It is designed to work into the schedule of busy students!
Our next ambassador meeting will be in October 2017.
Interested in starting a new project? Fill out a KHK New Project Idea!
Hear from some of our Current Ambassadors
Adam Bushwald, Interview
Jackson Lynch, Interview
Beckett Walters, Interview
A partial list of our Ambassadors Graduates
List of colleges that students currently attend:
Lexi Kelley, Founder – Lafayette College, Interview
Anabel Brown- Dartmouth, Interview
Jordan Benzaken – University of California, Berkeley, Interview
Casey Benzaken – Northwestern Interview
Allison Frattaroli – Lafayette College, Interview
Megan Hagarty – George Mason, Interview
William Lesoravage – Washington College, Interview
Gabby Finley – U Penn
Caroline Benjamin – Franklin & Marshall
Emma Tregellas – Duke University
Maia Luders – Boston University
Christina Landle – Syracuse University
Ambassadors in the Workforce
Levy Brunette, KJB Consulting, IE Business School, Madrid, Spain
Emma Raggio, Bridgewater, Norwalk, CT, Interview