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Ambassador Program

  • Ambassador Program

    NSHSS Ambassadors are student leaders within their high schools who exhibit academic excellence and strong commitment to community service. As role models, Ambassadors are encouraged to inspire their peers to explore new initiatives within their high schools and communities by organizing community service projects and gatherings with fellow members to support the vision of NSHSS.

    Ambassadors are responsible for playing a vital role in communicating with current and prospective members about how to make the most of membership in the Society through social media and their school network. Each Ambassador receives an official kit welcoming them to the program with information regarding their full list of responsibilities and an exclusive NSHSS Ambassador t-shirt.

    Typical responsibilities include

    • Organize local service projects for your community or school
    • Promote scholarships and other exciting opportunities on social media 
    • Take over NSHSS’ Social Media Platforms by showing “A Day-in-the-Life of an NSHSS Member” through Instagram and Snapchat.
    • Network with like-minded peers 
    • Participate in various NSHSS-focused outreach and awareness activities such as writing a blog, volunteering at an NSHSS event, or peer-to-peer mentoring 
    • Help us promote NSHSS online 


    Eligibility: To qualify for membership in the Ambassador Program, existing NSHSS members must be in their sophomore, junior or senior year of high school 

    Have questions? Email


    Ambassador applications will be open again September 1 to October 15, 2020, they are available via your Member Dashboard 



  • Ambassador Scholar Awards

    Ambassadors receive preference in participating in member events and also have the opportunity to compete for the $1,000 Ambassador Scholar Awards made available only to our senior Ambassadors each Spring. 

    Congratulations to the 2019 Ambassador Award Recipients:

    • Corinna Jones, Enterprise, AL, Enterprise High School
    • Jovany Trevino, Arlington, Texas, Arlington Collegiate High School
    • Stephanie Reid, Bellevue, Michigan, Pennfield High School 
    • Caroline Fisher, Clarksville, TN , Clarksville High School 
    • Paige Keeler, West Boylston, MA, Worcester Academy 
    • Trinh Tran, Laurel, MD, Reservoir High School 
    • Rachel Stange, Stephens City, VA, Sherando High School 
    • Andrea Moran-Melendez, Jacksonville, FL, Paxon School for Advanced Studies 
    • Zachary Lafontaine, Warwick, RI, Pilgrim High School 
    • Alexandra Van De Kieft, New York City, NY, New Exploration into Science, Technology and Math (NEST+m)


    Click to learn more about the NSHSS Ambassador Scholar Awards

  • Create Your Own Nobel Day Celebration and Earn a Scholarship to Scholar's Day D.C. in 2020!

    As an official NSHSS Ambassador, we encourage you to flex your creativity and leadership skills by collaborating with other students, NSHSS members, and your community by organizing your very own Nobel Day celebration. The three ambassadors with the best project will earn a scholarship to travel to NSHSS Scholar's Day 2020 in Washington D.C. This scholarship will include travel and accommodations. Submit your activity and be a shining example of what it means to be an NSHSS ambassador!

    What is Nobel Day?

    NSHSS was founded by Mr. Claes Nobel, senior member of the NObel Prize family and the great-grand nephew of Alfred Nobel. Mr. Claes created NSHSS to recognize and empower young, brilliant students of the world and to build upon the legacy that Alfred established with the Nobel Prize. Every winter, on December 10th, the laureates of the Nobel Prize receive recognition for their academic, scientific, and cultural achievements during the Nobel Prize Ceremony. This special day has been affectionately named "Nobel Prize Day."

    In honor of this profound legacy, NSHSS hosts an annual Nobel Week in Stockholm, Sweden, in which NSHSS students explore the city of Stockholm, listen to lectures from actual Nobel laureates, and participate in the festivities surrounding the Nobel Prize. You can learn more about the program taking place December 5-10, 2019 here.

    How NSHSS Ambassadors Celebrated Nobel Day 

    You can also be part of the Nobel festivities by creating your Nobel Day celebration in your community or school! That's what our NSHSS ambassadors in Hong Kong. HKCCCU Logos Academy did in November, 2018. The students hosted a 2-day event named “Nobel Days” full of fun games, learning activities, and delicious Swedish snacks for students while spreading the importance of recognizing academic excellence in NSHSS with the theme of the Nobel Prizes. The festivities also emphasized encouraging students to be leaders of change in creating a better world. The chapter collaborated with five other school clubs related to the Nobel Prize categories (ie, Chemistry Club=Chemistry Prize) for themed games and prizes. 

    NOTE: You can replicate the Logos Academy event or take the opportunity to organize an event or activity of your own creation and imagination! 

    Get Started!

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    2019 Nobel Day Winners 

    Vihasi Gandhi (below): $1,000 Winner, Breckenridge High School, Class of 2020

    She created a mini induction ceremony for her NSHSS Chapter in front of her whole school incorporating the themes and purpose of Nobel Day.

    Nyae' Dick (below): $500 Winner, Academy of Health Sciences at Prince George's Community College, Class of 2022. Upper Marlboro, MD

    She created a presentation for her Girl Scout troop about NSHSS, Nobel Day, and leadership that included treats and a Jenga game with each block representing an academic achievement.

    Moya Stringer (below) $500 Winner,  Bloomington High School South, Class of 2021. Bloomington, IN.

    She set up Nobel Day-themed booths during her lunch period and collaborated with other clubs at her school to inform her classmates about NSHSS and the Nobel Prizes and included Swedish treats.

    Kel’Veon Kelly (below) $500 Winner, York Preparatory Academy High School, Class of 2022, Rock Hill, SC.

    He created a Nobel Day poster board complete with NSHSS and Nobel  Prize facts and presented it in various classes during his school day. He also conducted a Nobel Day-themed trivia game for his classmates. 


NSHSS Ambassador


Be sure to tell NSHSS about your accomplishments so we can share with others.  For example, you could tell us about your non-profit organization or your first place rank in an academic or sports competition.  We want to hear from you!  Fill out this form and you may be included in the next NSHSS News & Press Blog, Scholar's Journal and social media.   

Ambassador Program