Memphis Ambassadors Program

Copyright 2013 | Youth Services, City of Memphis



  • Education
  • Health
  • Civic and Social Responsibility
  • Employability


  • Youth Leadership Development
  • Post Secondary Preparation
  • Community Partnerships & Collaborations
  • Cultural Enrichment
  • Green Initiatives
  • Life Skills Training
  • Career Exploration
  • Financial Literacy
  • Parental Involvement
  • Fellowships

    MAP Locations: Community Centers
    District 1 Raleigh Community Center
    District 2 Hickory Hill Community Center
    District 3 Whitehaven Community Center
    District 4 Glenview Community Center
    District 5 Gaisman Community Center
    District 6 Westwood Community Center
    District 7 Bickford Community Center
    District 8 Soulsville Towne Center


    Memphis Ambassadors Program

    The Memphis Ambassador's Program (MAP) is a year-round enrichment program that targets area youth in grades 10, 11 and 12. MAP integrates community, business and neighborhood alliances and provides a curriculum based on four core values: Education, Health, Civic and Social Responsibility and Employability. The applicants are chosen from all 7 Memphis City Council Districts. The program operattes out of 8 community sites: Raleigh Community Center, Hickory Hill Community Center, Whitehaven Community Center, Glenview Community Center, Gaisman Community Center, Westwood Community Center, Bickford Community Center and Soulsville Towne Center.


    Greetings, Today the City of Memphis Chief Administrative Officer, George Little, administered the official lottery for the 2014 Memphis Ambassadors Program. The lottery results are now available. CLICK THIS LINK TO VIEW LOTTERY RESULTS

    If you ranked high enough within your city council district, you will receive an additional email and phone call inviting you to an interview. On behalf of Mayor A C Wharton, Jr. and the Office of Youth Service staff we want to thank you again for applying for the Memphis Ambassadors Program.