The Cricket HBCU Campus Ambassador Program has grown since our 2021 inaugural class! It is another way we are working to extend our relationships with Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) beyond sports and music programs. Our Ambassadors serve as the bridge between the schools they attend and the brand they represent.

Students across MEAC, SWAC, and recently SIAC schools get the opportunity to grow their marketing acumen, build their network, and create campaigns while generating excitement for the Cricket Wireless brand. Top performing Ambassadors have received internships and business opportunities, for instance our relationship with MyQueal Williams has evolved following his graduation from Florida A&M University. His creative eye and arts company Queality Productions has produced visual content at several Cricket sponsored events, campaigns, and has led him to grow his career with our partner  agency.

We are proud to spotlight our dynamic Cricket HBCU Campus Ambassadors. We’ve officially launched a year-long program profiling these young leaders and the organizations that mean the most to them. Check out NyAshia, Alabama State University student as she kicks off this special program by giving back to the I Am Arts Foundation – an organization that has shaped her into the creative she is today.

More About Our Campus Ambassador Program
Since 2018, Cricket Wireless has supported HBCU programs. As an extension of becoming title sponsors of the MEAC/SWAC Challenge Kickoff, Celebration Bowl, and donating scholarships for marching band programs through the National Battle of the Bands, our Campus Ambassador Program serves to help students develop professionally.

Cricket HBCU Campus Ambassadors connect with different facets of Cricket’s Marketing organization. Students are tasked with developing and executing marketing plans for their campuses, in conjunction with field marketing managers, the social media team, and Authorized Retailers.

Our Campus Ambassadors

Self-starters. Ambitious. Connectors. Community Advocates.

Our Campus Ambassadors are interested in the marketing discipline and can leverage their creativity to strategically build new relationships amongst their student population.

What qualifications are needed for the program?
  • Available to work a minimum of 15 hours/month for a university school year
  • Highly motivated and able to work flexible part-time hours, including evenings and weekends, depending on business needs
  • Excellent time management, organization, planning, and implementation skills

It’s easy to spread smiles for miles on our fast 5G network*! That is why all selected Ambassadors receive a complimentary smartphone with unlimited service. This paid opportunity also includes virtual and in-person training in Atlanta, attendance at the MEAC/SWAC Challenge Kick-off and Celebration Bowl, and potential opportunities for internships or future employment with Cricket, AT&T and/or affiliated agencies. Please check out this page to learn more.

Cricket cares about investing in youth, our goal is to inspire tomorrow’s leaders, today. Celebrating culture, service, and community is something to smile about! Stay up to date with Cricket Wireless on Instagram, Facebook or LinkedIn to learn how we empower our Ambassadors to become the changemakers of tomorrow. 

AT&T Prepaid Portfolio President, John Dwyer and Chief Marketing Officer Tony Mokry with inaugural class of Cricket HBCU Campus Ambassadors

2022 MEAC-SWAC Challenge Kick Off Weekend in Atlanta, GA

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