Serving as an ambassador will be a rewarding experience for anyone inspired by the possibilities for seasteading to help humanity by propagating innovative startup governments. Ambassadors benefit from great opportunities to engage with interesting people at conferences and events. Whether you are ready to move to a seastead now or just excited to have seasteading exist, being a seasteading ambassador is not only experientially rewarding, but it is fun too. Ambassadors receive recognition. Serving as an ambassador provides someone with a greater level of visibility in the seasteading community. Ambassadors receive recognition throughout the year in a variety of ways:
Ambassadors will also be provided with business cards with their names on them to aid in networking on behalf of the organization.
Ambassadors are asked to make a one-year commitment to the organization. During this year the work is likely to be sporadic. That is, at times ambassadors may find there are several obligations over a short period, while at other times there may be lulls without much to do. How much work an ambassador puts into the program will depend on how proactive she is in seeking opportunities to promote seasteading. There will likely be times when the organization finds an event in an ambassador’s local area and requests the ambassador’s attendance on our behalf. But the more proactive one is, the more publicity we will receive — which we appreciate. As part of the year-long commitment to be an ambassador, we expect ambassadors to do one of the following, or a combination thereof:
It is the responsibility of ambassadors to stay well informed of The Seasteading Institute’s progress, since they will be serving as a liaison between the organization and the general public. Ambassadors are asked to:
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