EVERFI Teacher Ambassador Program
Bring your knowledge and skills outside of the classroom.
As a great EVERFI teacher, you’ve learned a lot. Our Teacher Ambassador Program gives you an opportunity to bring your knowledge and skills outside of the classroom. Join our community of critical skills leaders influencing the world of teaching and learning with educational technology.
Share Your Expertise
Join our community of critical skills leaders influencing the world of teaching and learning with educational technology.
- Attend and present at conferences and events
- Guest author blog posts and social media chats
- Host collaborative conversations with the Connected Educator Network
- Work alongside fellow Ambassadors and the EVERFI Curriculum Development Team
Fully Funded National and Regional Events
Ambassador Summit at EVERFI Headquarters
Professional Growth Opportunities
One-of-a-Kind Teacher Ambassador Gear
“I’m called an ambassador, but I feel like I’m part of the team. We are listened to, we are praised by everyone, and our feedback is taken very seriously. It’s an honor to be considered part of this organization.”
- Eileen Lennon
Subject Matter Experts
Dr. Larry Rosen, Ignition
Dr. Larry Rosen is Professor Emeritus and past chair of the psychology department at California State University, Dominguez Hills. He is a research psychologist with specialties in multitasking, social networking, and educational psychology, and is recognized as an international expert in the “Psychology of Technology.”
Dr. Rosen consulted with EVERFI to develop our relaunched digital citizenship curriculum, Ignition: Digital Wellness and Safety.
93% of teachers would recommend Ignition’s digital literacy program to their colleagues.
Dr. Clayborne Carson, 306
Dr. Clayborne Carson is the Professor of History and Director of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute at Stanford University.
Dr. Carson supported content development in EVERFI’s 306 – African-American History program. 306’s curriculum informs and inspires today’s students by exploring history’s most important stories of African-American women and men overcoming obstacles through grit, strength, creativity, and intellect.