EarthEcho Water Challenge Ambassadors represent EarthEcho International by collaborating with fellow Ambassadors to monitor local waterways and engage communities in taking action to protect water resources. As an EarthEcho Water Challenge Ambassador you will:

  • Participate in a virtual training with fellow Ambassadors and EarthEcho staff at the beginning of the term in August, (All applicants should hold August 12-13 weekend dates on their calendar to prepare for the training)
  • Participate in monthly virtual training opportunities to gain skills in water science/conservation and project planning while connecting with and learning from your fellow Ambassadors
  • Personally testing the water quality of a local body of water once a month
  • Upload all water quality data to
  • Create a blog or piece of digital/social media content highlighting your water improvement projects, a water quality issue, or solution
  • Share photos and content from monitoring activities via e-mail on a regular basis

Water Challenge Ambassadors will organize 2-3 water improvement projects to protect their local waterway or surrounding community on or around the Anniversary of the Clean Water Act (October 18), World Water Day (March 22), Earth Day (April 21), or World Ocean Day (June 8) – Project planning training/support and EarthEcho Water Challenge test kits provided by EarthEcho International.

EarthEcho is committed to implementing100 youth-led water improvement projects with support from our Water Challenge Ambassadors. Water improvement projects should focus on:

  • Education
  • Conservation
  • Community Engagement and Advocacy
  • Other improvement projects that creates lasting change