Become a Social Media Ambassador
Use your social media presence for good.
Social media ambassadors post, share, and spread inspirational photos and videos created by our girls to raise awareness for each girl’s education. We provide you with all the assets you need, as well as suggested post language, so you know the best way to share our message. Dedicate 5 minutes every week to sharing our girls’ stories, leading up to and during this year’s Girls’ Voices for Change Contest. The Girls’ Voices for Change Contest kicks off on International Day of the Girl on October 11th, 2018, but you can be a social media ambassador year-round.
Become a Corporate Sponsor
Elevate your brand with a cause that matters.
Partner with us to help make Girls’ Voices the largest girls’ empowerment media program in the world. By partnering with us, your company will be in the forefront of cause-related marketing. We provide you with outstanding photos, videos, stories, and suggested language perfect for your marketing needs. From 2016 to 2018, Girls’ Voices has grown from 19 participating girls in 3 countries to over 500 In 15 countries. We want to continue growing and support 2,000 girls by 2020. Your partnership can help us get there.
Become a Contest Judge
Reward her creativity and resilience by helping us select the winners.
Judges evaluate entries submitted by girls and work with the Girls’ Voices team to help pick the final winners and runners-up in the Girls’ Voices for Change Contest. We provide you with guidelines and criteria for judging, and you choose your favorites in each category. Judges have the ability to work remotely from anywhere in the country with an internet connection.
Become a Mentor
Give her the knowledge to help her use her voice.
Each of our Girls’ Voices for Change winners receive online mentorship from women in media and other creative fields. Sharing your inside knowledge with our Girls’ Voices scholars is one of the best ways you can encourage them to continue pursuing their dreams. Broaden our girls’ horizons and inspire them to keep fighting for their education by showing them that success is possible.