submitted by Prescott Frontier Days ®, Inc.
The 2023 class of Junior Ambassadors invites you to apply for this exciting program! From left, Ryan Smith, Avery Lanford, Jolee Hunt, Sage Johnson, and Devyn Blackmore.
Prescott Frontier Days®, Inc. — the world-renown rodeo organization — is proud to offer our second annual Junior Ambassador Program. Our goal is to create a community of motivated, up-and-coming stars who will gain experience in the rodeo world and professional experience as well.
We are looking for standout individuals interested in the enhancement, preservation, and continuation of the World’s Oldest Rodeo® and western traditions. They do not have to compete in rodeo events to be eligible.
Essential skills for an ambassadorship would be the willingness to be adaptable to various schedules, great communication abilities and self-motivation and to be ready to roll up one’s sleeves for physical and mental activities.
Two $1,000 scholarships and two $500 scholarships will be offered, with four ambassadors to be selected through an interview and application process. High school juniors and seniors are eligible. The Junior Ambassador package includes the required qualifications, duties, what the Junior Ambassador Team members will receive, and an application that lists areas of interest.
Available areas of interest include: rodeo production, event planning/coordination, animal health, sports medicine, contestant services, rodeo administration, sales, marketing, fashion/merchandise, customer relations, finance, traffic control, security, hospitality/food services, graphic design, electrical, website/social media management, facility maintenance, fleet maintenance, audio/visual (i.e., sound system, video screen/camera operations, fiber optics and radio).
• Posting on social media about the World’s Oldest Rodeo and Prescott Frontier Days three times per month and tagging the organization.
• Volunteering at the rodeo.
• Assisting with outreach to the youth community.
• Representing Prescott Frontier Days in an upstanding manner.
• Promoting, enhancing, preserving, and continuing the World’s Oldest Rodeo and western traditions.
To receive a Junior Ambassador Program package, please contact the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo office at 928-445-3103. A completed application, cover letter and resume, and interview are requirements for the program.
Applications are due March 1, 2024. Please submit your cover letter, resume and application to email@example.com. All applicants will be notified by April 1.
The Prescott Frontier Days®, Inc. organization is making this exciting program exclusive to Yavapai County and looks forward to working with you. Together we will provide outstanding students opportunities to enhance their futures and preserve our western traditions in the meantime.