Changing lives through

Education at Home and Abroad

Learn more about our

Junior Ambassador Program


Our Junior Amassador Program gives high school students the opportunity to learn Poverty Awareness and then share that knowledge with younger students through lessons and presentations we offer to elementary classes.

Our Junior Ambassadors are available to give presentations to elementary school classes in the Davis, Ogden and Weber School Districts. If you live outside of this area, you can use our slide presentation to teach your own class. We would love to answer any questions you may have as well as offer support to your efforts.

If you have questions about this presentation, please email us at

Become a Junior Ambassador

Would you like to help spread the word about poverty around the world, and encourage people to be make a difference in the lives of others? If you are in 7th-12th grade, you can apply to become a Junior Ambassador.

  • Be a 7th -12th grader during the following school year
  • Minimum of 3.0 grade point average maintained
  • Ability to communicate in front of groups of elementary school students to promote program
  • Willingness and commitment to serve at yearly fundraising event in September
  • Parental permission and support
  • Desire to improve the lives of children in Nairobi, Kenya

Click HERE to print the Junior Ambassador application.


Request a Classroom Presentation

Would you like to have our Junior Ambassadors visit your online classroom and conduct a Q&A after the presentation above on Poverty Awareness? If you are a elementary teacher in the Davis, Ogden, or Weber school district, we would love to come to your classroom.
A request form will be posted here soon.
For now, you can contact us at to request a presentation.