Announcement: OpenAQ Community Ambassador Program

Apply now for the OpenAQ Community Ambassador Program.
OpenAQ Community Ambassadors are individuals who are committed to using air quality data to create positive change in the fight against air inequality over the course of the 10-month fellowship, (and hopefully) beyond. This 10-month program will provide Ambassadors with interdisciplinary training, leadership development, and a supportive professional community to hone skills and expertise in the air quality field. Ambassadors can come from diverse cultural, geographic, and socioeconomic backgrounds and work in any sector.
As an OpenAQ Community Ambassador, you will:
– Join the first OpenAQ Community Ambassador cohort
– Become part of a growing peer-network of nearly 1000 changemakers dedicated to fighting air inequality
– Be featured on the OpenAQ website and social media as a community ambassador
– Serve as a key liaison between your community and the OpenAQ community
– Work on a project to tackle an air quality issue in your community
– Grow leadership and technical skills to advance your work to fight air inequality
– Connect with diverse opportunities through workshops, trainings, and conferences
– Connect with OpenAQ advisory board members and diverse professional mentors within the OpenAQ network
– Contribute to the growth of OpenAQ by providing technical and community support and key perspectives
– Organize and host OpenAQ activities in your local community and/or region
– Receive a $2,500 stipend during the 10 months of the Fellowship
To apply, you must be:
– At least 18 years old
– Comfortable engaging in the English language
– Dedicated to raising awareness of air pollution challenges in your local community
– Comfortable interacting with individuals and organizations representing diverse fields including entrepreneurship, science, journalism, software development, and community activism
– Familiar with the OpenAQ Platform and the OpenAQ Community (a plus, but not a prerequisite)
– Committed to working with the OpenAQ in a collaborative virtual environment across multiple time zones
– Committed to dedicating approximately 20 hours/month

The application deadline is December 5, 2020. To apply, please visit