AMBASSADOR PROGRAM BEST PRACTICES
You can promote as much or as little as you’d like because you are your own boss.
You are free to use all our pictures and banners for your own promotions, reshare our stories or posts, take photos in our products, use the ads below, or take videos talking about the products.
The main thing to remember is to always include your personal link or code because that is how you get paid. Find a good place to post your link: if you use Instagram, look into a program called linktree so you can keep your own website, and any other sites you want to point to. Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and email newsletters all work great as well!
If you'd like to link to specific product pages or your Role Model post, the dashboard has the ability to generate links to specific pages.
A full tutorial on using the dashboard is available here.
ACCESSING YOUR DASHBOARD
You can access your dashboard at this link.
AMBASSADOR PROGRAM DISCOUNT CODE
Use the Code "AMBASSADOR" at checkout for 15% off your purchases. Please do not forward this code, it is for Brand Ambassadors only, and other sales using this code will be cancelled.
You can share your 10% discount code with Followers, and we will occasionally have bigger sales you can share about.
BRAND AMBASSADOR COMMUNITY
It is really exciting to be growing a community of amazing ladies like yourselves! I will be adding you to the @petiteecoliere account "Close Friends" on Instagram stories for special announcements about new products, role models and sales.
CREATING CONTENT ABOUT LA PETITE ÉCOLIÈRE
Here are some helpful talking points:
- La Petite Écoliere was founded in Toronto in 2017 by Roberta Lindal, a 26-year-old female entrepreneur who has spent her career working at different charities that provide STEM-education and leadership development to youth.
- La Petite Écolière donates 15% of profits to charities that empower and educate girls and women. Our primary recipient is Plan International Canada. Outside of special collaborations, one girl in a developing country receives school essentials and meal programs for every ten products sold. Since the company was founded, they have supplied meal programs and school essentials for 25 girls.
- La Petite Écolière products are printed to order, and are made using WRAP Certified Products (Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production). WRAP is a globally recognized, independent third party certifying body whose mission is to promote ethical, humane, and lawful conditions and practices in all manufacturing facilities.
- There is also a Made in Toronto Canada collection. These products are made from organic bamboo and cotton.
- La Petite Écolière strives to empower women, and share stories of inspiring ladies on the Role Models blog
STATISTICS ABOUT GIRLS' EDUCATION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
- One additional school year can increase a woman's earnings by 10% to 20%
Source: World Bank, Returns to Investment in Education (2002)
- Each year of secondary education reduces the likelihood of marrying as a child before the age of 18 by five percentage points or more.
Source: Economic impacts of child marriage: Global synthesis report (2017), p.5
- Girls are 1.5 times more likely than boys to be excluded from primary school. That's 15 million girls of primary school age who will never have the opportunity to learn to read and write in primary school, compared to about 10 million boys.
Source: UIS/GEM Report Policy Paper 27/Fact Sheet 37, p.5
132 million girls worldwide are out of school (2016). This includes 34.3 million girls of primary school age, 30 million girls of lower secondary school age, and 67.4 million girls of upper secondary school age.
Source: UIS/GEM Report Fact Sheet 48, p.5
- Some countries lose more than US$1 billion a year by failing to educate girls to the same level as boys
- Source: Plan International: Paying the price: The economic cost of failing to educate girls, p.10
- Educating girls averted more than 30 million deaths of children under five years old and 100 million deaths in adults 15 to 60 years old.
Source: The Learning Generation, p. 34
- Universal secondary education could virtually end child marriage.
Source: Missed opportunities: the high cost of not educating girls, p.52
- Each year of education reduces the risk of conflict by around 20%.
Source: World Bank. Doing well out of war (Paul Collier), 1999 , p. 5
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