The Mutt-i-grees Curriculum National Student Ambassadors Program was established in 2014 to identify and recognize exceptional students who advocate for and help raise awareness of Mutt-i-grees. Selected from a group of students in some of the most effective Mutt-i-grees schools and clubs in the country, Mutt-i-grees National Student Ambassadors spend the academic year working on various animal welfare, humane education, and service learning projects of their choosing, with a goal to inspire other students and community members.
Mutt-i-grees Ambassadors’ Activities Support Rescue Animals
Alex, Zahra, and Layla, age 10, made bookmarks promoting rescue and put them in their school media center. These Maryland 5th graders, who attend Stone Mill Elementary, also collected coins to donate to their fellow ambassadors in Bosnia who are trying to save homeless animals themselves! Naishlyn, age 11, is a - Read more