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Gain experience & get recognition!
The badging system was created to showcase and share the great experiences of our Ambassadors, based on their engagement and their projects.
To obtain a badge, each ambassador must participate in, design, or implement specific acts, workshops, and courses in order to gain experiences and cultivate specific skills through these procedures.
Each level details the minimum in terms of skills and experiences that the participants must acquire. Every ambassador wanting to gain a badge has to submit a form to the SciCultureD.
How do you earn your badge?
Being a Blue Ambassador means that you must have attended one SciCultureD course (previous SciCultureD and SciCulture courses also count!), you filled in the SciCultureD Ambassador Form, and you attended the first ambassadors meeting.
Being a Bronze Ambassador means that you have designed and implemented a meeting and/or an event with other Ambassadors/stakeholders / mentors and mentees that has an impact on a community. The event must be related to the Ambassador’s thoughts, ideas, and approaches and to the basic concepts of previous SciCultureD and/or SciCulture courses.
Being a Silver Ambassador means that you must have designed, planned and implemented a small community project on your own or with help from other Ambassadors / stakeholders (mentors and mentees)
Being a Gold Ambassador means that you must have implemented a national or international community project (or a course) on your own or with help of other Ambassadors/stakeholders / (mentors and mentees) based on experiences from previous courses.
Submit your badge application
Please fill in the form below with the relevant information. You should include a summary report (max. 1 page) in English as well as some evidence and relative data (documents, photos, designs, schemes,) about your design/preparation/organization/implementation in a compressed folder (.zip file format). In the zip file, you can also include information relative to what you have designed/organized/ created/ implement. Try to explain the event you organized, what was your main target group, how did you engage participants, what methodologies did you employ, and with whom you cooperated. You can also add comments you think will help to better understand your efforts.
Sneak peek into the evaluation process
We want to keep the evaluation process transparent. This how it works: