Become a Volunteer
There are many ways to get involved with Bright Pink. Join us as we work to educate and empower young women nationwide to be proactive advocates for their breast and ovarian health.
Become an Education Ambassador
As a Bright Pink Education Ambassador, you will help deploy our breast and ovarian health educational programming in your local community. All Education Ambassadors are expected to:
- Complete all Bright Pink University virtual training sessions
- Complete a post-training review in order to graduate
- Participate in biannual performance reviews with Bright Pink Staff
- Commit to an 18-24 month term
- Reach 150 women each quarter through presenting 30-minute Brighten Up™ Educational Workshops
- Empower 75 Brighten Up attendees each quarter to complete the Assess Your Risk quiz
- Participate in monthly hour-long Extended Learning Calls
In order to become a Bright Pink Ambassador, we ask that you complete our application at least five weeks before the date of your desired training program.
Bring Bright Pink to Your Community
Connecting young women and medical professionals to Bright Pink’s programs and services in communities nationwide is central to our mission. Whether you want a one-time opportunity to help bring Bright Pink’s resources to a group you’re a part of or if you want to make a longer-term commitment to get deeply involved in delivering our programs or something in between there are many ways you can help bring the Bright Pink movement to your community.
Host an Educational Event
Empower young women to take charge of their breast and ovarian health by organizing a Brighten Up Educational Workshop for your workplace, social group, sorority, place of worship, or wherever you’ve got an interested audience of 40-50 people or more. These workshops arm young women with the knowledge and resources they need to help prevent breast and ovarian cancer or detect these diseases at early, non life-threatening stages.
Educate the Medical Community
Through our Women’s Health Provider Education Initiative, Bright Pink is taking a unique and innovative approach to educating the next generation of women’s healthcare providers on how best to identify and manage breast and ovarian cancer risk among their patients. Bright Pink is actively seeking women’s healthcare providers interested in delivering our lecture and companion case-study module on risk stratification and management at women’s health residency programs around the country on our behalf. And, similarly, we would love to hear from medical institutions interested in hosting the program for their medical professionals.
Distribute Educational Materials
Share our Little Bright Books and other printed educational materials with the medical professionals, hospitals, cancer centers, and community organizations in your city to raise awareness and link young women to Bright Pink’s education and support services.
Raise Funds for Bright Pink
Host a fundraising event to contribute to the development and expansion of Bright Pink’s educational programs nationwide, while raising awareness and vital funds to fuel our mission. To host your own event benefitting Bright Pink please visit our VIPink™ fundraising site.