Eagle Ambassadors, Inc. - Turning ‘Likes’ and ‘Shares’ into a Bright Future

Turning ‘Likes’ and ‘Shares’ into a Bright Future

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If you haven’t been to the BEA Alumni Group Facebook page (powered by Eagle Ambassadors), you’re missing a treasure trove of yearbook photos and all the wistful and hilarious comments to go with them. Decades worth of photos are posted there and more than 1,900 members have officially joined.

We’ve all heard the expression “there’s power in numbers,” and I’m hoping to find some power among the numbers of this group, or among our email list.

I know BEA alumni, and friends of BEA, understand the tremendous value in an organization that can provide extra funds that benefit students. So this is the message I want to spread:


Eagle Ambassadors was created to benefit students. In order to do this, Eagle Ambassadors needs you.


Many of our original board members have retired from their volunteer positions and just a few of us remain. Being a volunteer board member is an easy job. It involves just a few meetings a year and some correspondence with our district administrators to learn how our organization can best fulfill priority needs. It also affords the opportunity to re-connect with classmates to and to give back to your school and your community.

Thanks to technology, you don’t even need to be local to become an Eagle Ambassadors volunteer—join meetings by conference call and work with us through email. To get involved, simply email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Please consider this opportunity to be an active part of Eagle Ambassadors. If you are unable to volunteer, please consider making a tax-deductible gift to benefit our new Enrichment Grant Program to fund teacher-led classroom innovation.



Karen Urbank, President