Gain Valuable Leaderships Skills and Volunteer Hours
Lead the Statewide Movement and Receive an Annual Stipend
KBG Force Captains are groomed, not born. The KBG recognizes that no one becomes a leader without hard work, dedication and diligence. Being a leader mean having to give up some privileges and always being prepared to go that extra mile.
KBG Force Captains and KBG Ambassadors will be invited to attend a one-day retreat in September 2023 to hone their leaderships skills, plan upcoming events, network and team build with peers, and much more. KBG Ambassadors are required to attend the training. Force Captains are strongly encouraged to attend the training as well.
KBG Ambassadors take on a little bit different of a challenge than Force Captain. While Force Captains focus on running their Forces, KBG Ambassadors take on running the KBG organization as a whole. From New Castle County to Sussex County and all areas in between, KBG Ambassadors work to plan statewide campaigns, events, themes, and recruitment efforts.
Both Force Captains and KBG Ambassadors are a part of the KBG Statewide Council – the collective group of Force Captains and KBG Ambassadors who work on statewide initiatives.
KBG Ambassadors are selected by an application process. Approval from your KBG Force Advisor is required. Each year, KBG Ambassadors will have to re-apply for their position, but with a shorter version of the initial application.
Requirements of KBG Ambassadors: