The Fertility Appreciation Collaborative (FACTS) is looking for students across the nation to be part of our Student Ambassador Program, to work within their communities to educate about fertility awareness based methods (FABMs). Will you join us?
What’s In It for You?
Expand your Clinical Toolbox: Learn about and become trained to teach natural methods that over 60% of women are interested in learning more about in order to understand their fertility and plan for their families.
Do Research: Lead research projects locally at your school or in your community. These projects can fulfill research requirements. We can help provide ideas or are interested in what you come up with!
Get Published: Create videos, blog posts and other work to be used for internal and external marketing campaigns about FABMs.
Develop Your Skills: Enhance your public speaking, event planning, and communication skills, as well as learn to write abstracts and apply to regional and national conferences.
Attend National Meetings: Be eligible to participate in national FACTS meetings.
Enhance your Networking Skills: Through campus activities and interactions with your fellow ambassadors, make new friends and connections across the country with peers interested in FABMs. At national meetings there will also be opportunities to meet other physicians who incorporate FABMs into their practices.
What Will You Do?
Whatever interests you most in the field of fertility awareness and education! Possible ideas include:
Event Planning: Host speaking events on campus to bring awareness about FABMs to your school.
Teach FABMs: Share the facts about fertility to make a difference in the lives of patients.
Public Speaking: Present to your peers and professors in large settings and gain valuable professional experience.
Exhibit with FACTS: Host a FACTS booth at local health fairs to engage your peers and community.
Social Media: Get involved in social media marketing and create content about FABMs.
Do you have what it takes?
1. Enrolled at a medical school or any other health professional school in good standing
2. Are interested in learning more and educating others about FABMs
3. Self starter and able to engage in respectful dialogue
4. Passionate about interacting with your peers and using social media to spark interest
5. Able to plan events and understand how to market to your colleagues
6. Comfortable connecting with health professionals and speaking to audiences
7. Able to commit at least 15-20 hours per term to Student Ambassador activities
Interested or would you like to know more?
Please visit our Student Ambassador page to learn more or to sign up!
Know someone who is interested?
Please download and share the program description with them!