• The MLC Educator Ambassador program provides academic educators the opportunity to earn the designation “MLC Educator Ambassador” through an assessment of their knowledge about The MLC, and commitment to continued dissemination of information about The MLC within their academic institution.
  • MLC Educators enjoy a variety of benefits, described below.
  • There is no cost to participate in the program, and there are no geographic requirements or limitations.
  • MLC Educator Ambassadors are not employees or independent contractors of The MLC. There is no compensation paid by The MLC to Educator Ambassadors.
  • MLC Educator Ambassadors may not hold themselves out as though they are employees of The MLC, and may not use the designation as part of their job title when speaking at events which are not produced by their academic institution.


  • The MLC Educator Ambassador program is currently available exclusively to individuals who teach academic courses (i.e., are the instructor of record) in high schools, colleges, universities, and law schools.
  • Proof of teaching status must be submitted as part of the application.


  • Educators accepted into the program are permitted to use the “MLC Educator Ambassador” designation, followed by the time-period it is active for (e.g., 2021-2022), on their CV, in their bio, on their social media profiles, and on their institution website.
  • MLC Educator Ambassadors are invited to join a Private Facebook Group where they can share helpful information with fellow Ambassadors and find out about new educational tools and student opportunities.
  • MLC Educator Ambassadors are given access to digital assets that can be used to promote their information sessions at their institution and their designation.
  • MLC Educator Ambassadors will be invited to exclusive virtual and in-person events designed specifically for educators.


  • MLC Educator Ambassadors must present two educational sessions at their institution per year. This can include class sessions (or portions of sessions) in courses the Educator Ambassador teaches.
  • The MLC Educator Ambassador designation is valid for one year, starting June 1 through May 31 of the following year.
  • For the first year of the program, an Educator Ambassador is granted the designation based on a knowledge assessment and their intent to hold information sessions in the upcoming year.
  • For subsequent years of the program, an Educator Ambassador is granted a renewal of the designation based on whether they held the required two educational sessions the prior year and their intent to hold two more in the upcoming year.
  • Educator Ambassadors will be able to submit a simple online Renewal Application in May of each year, for the upcoming annual period (June to May). 


  • Applicants must complete the information below in the section labeled Apply for this Job
  • Once an applicant’s eligibility is verified, they are provided with access to educational materials.
  • Applicants are then given 5 days to complete a video assessment of their knowledge regarding the educational material. This is done through our hiring platforms Greenhouse and Spark Hire.
  • VERY IMPORTANT INSTEAD OF submitting a cover letter below, applicants are required to submit a PDF with proof of their teaching status for the upcoming academic year. This could be a PDF comprised of screen shots from the course registration system at your institution, listing you as a course instructor. If the course registration system at your institution is not yet showing courses for the upcoming academic year, you can use screen shots from the current or last academic year or semester. Be sure that the semester is visible in the screen shots. Or this could be a letter from a department chair, dean, or principal confirming your teaching assignment(s).
  • You will also be presented with optional EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) questions, even though this is not an employment position. We would like to gather demographics information about our Educator Ambassadors, but answering these questions is voluntary.

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