Bumble Honey: The Queen Bee Ambassador Program

Bumble Honey: The Queen Bee Ambassador Program


Are you a hip college girl? Do you consider yourself to be creative, enthusiastic, and in the know? Do you appreciate an artsy Instagram and an even cooler, women empowering company? Then look no further, Bumble Honey is the ambassador program for you.

Bumble Honey is, “an exclusive opportunity to be part of one of the top marketing programs in the country.” The program refers to everything college and is hands down the G.O.A.T. of ambassador programs for students right now. With influential females on just about every major campus in the US and UK, through Bumble Honey women connect with Bumble ambassadors around the world, show off their school spirit, and take on a unique leadership role in our digital age today.

Timeout! What’s Bumble, you ask? Here’s what you need to know: Bumble is changing the game of online dating by putting the ball in the woman’s court. Bumble’s website states, “The woman always makes the first move, and if she doesn't say something to a new connection within 24 hours, that connection disappears forever!”

In September, Bumble reported that women have made the first move on their app over 100,000,000 times - talk about girl power. No more waiting hours for that cute guy you matched with to message you, ladies, you make the first move!

Are you lucky enough to already have a significant other? Don’t worry, you can still benefit from Bumble. Bumble has a special BFF mode that you can turn on, which you’ll use specifically to find a new best friend. Whether you’re searching for someone to grab coffee with or even if you need someone to take your candid Instagrams (no shame), turn on Bumble BFF! In this mode, either person can send the first message.

Through Bumble, women are gaining confidence by making the first move, and now with Bumble Honey, girls are making even more moves all around the country. These honeys are learning to kill it in interviews, learning real world skills, and throwing some amazing events - tailgates, brunches, spin classes, you name it! Honeys don’t wait for things to happen for them, they make things happen - in their love lives and in the real world.

Bumble is for everyone, and they want the best of the best to help them spread the word. Five hundred girls across the country have already gotten their foot in the door at this fast growing startup. These Honey girls know how to work hard and play even harder. In the midst of all this, they’re still managing to gain a real world marketing experience. It’s a win-win. Are you ready to join the party?

As if you need any more convincing to join this awesome team, Bumble Honey is full of perks. Honeys are creative, determined, and strong leaders and they live by the motto, “Hard work pays off.” Besides promoting an awesome company and learning to network, Honey girls throw events on their own campuses, have boat parties, and can even earn a yellow Chanel bag if they kick enough ass. Does it get any better than that?

Bumble Honey teaches girls to “Make the First Move” in every aspect of life. Are you ready to make the first move and be a queen bee too? Come aboard! Check out Bumble Honey’s Instagram to see what other Honeys around the country are up to, @bumblehoney, and apply here.

Bumble is a female empowering dating, friend finding, and networking app that takes the pressure off of guys and puts the women in charge.

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A Senior's Last Week Of High School

The bittersweet end.

Well, this is it. This is what we've worked so hard the last four years - who am I kidding - basically what seems like our whole lives for. This is the very last week we will set foot as a student in our high school's hallways. As most schools are getting ready to set their seniors free at last, it all begins to set in - the excitement, the anxiousness, and also the sentiment and nostalgia.

For seniors, the years since our first day as a freshman at the bottom of the high school totem pole have seemed endless, but as we look back on these last few weeks, we realize that this year in particular has gone by extraordinarily fast. It was just yesterday that we were sitting in our classrooms for the very first time, going to our 'last first' practice, and getting our first taste of the (very real) "senioritis". With all that's going on in our lives right now, from sports and clubs, finals, and the sought after graduation ceremony, it's hard to really sit down and think about how our lives are all about to become drastically different. For some it's moving out, and for some it's just the thought of not seeing your best friend on the way to fourth period English; either way, the feels are real. We are all in a tug of war with the emotions going on inside of us; everything is changing - we're ready, but we're not.

THE GOOD. Our lives are about to begin! There is a constant whirlwind of excitement. Senior awards, getting out of school early, parties, and of course Graduation. We are about to be thrust into a world of all new things and new people. Calling our own shots and having the freedom we have so desperately desired since the teenage years began is right around the corner. Maybe the best part is being able to use these new things surrounding you to grow and open your mind and even your heart to ideas you never could before. We get the chance to sink or swim, become our own person, and really begin to find ourselves.

Things we don't even know yet are in the works with new people we haven't even met yet. These friendships we find will be the ones to last us a lifetime. The adventures we experience will transform into the advice we tell our own children and will become the old tales we pass down to our grandkids when they come to visit on the weekends. We will probably hate the all night study sessions, the intensity of finals week, and the overpowering stress and panic of school in general, just like we did in high school... But it will all be worth it for the memories we make that will outlive the stress of that paper due in that class you absolutely hate. As we leave high school, remember what all the parents, teachers, coaches, and mentors are telling you - this are the best times of our lives!

THE BAD. The sentimental emotions are setting in. We're crying, siblings are tearing up, and parents are full-out bawling. On that first day, we never expected the school year to speed by the way it did. Suddenly everything is coming to an end. Our favorite teachers aren't going to be down the hall anymore, our best friends probably won't share a class with us, we won't be coming home to eat dinner with our families...

We all said we wanted to get out of this place, we couldn't wait, we were ready to be on our own; we all said we wouldn't be "so emotional" when the time came, but yet here we are, wishing we could play one more football game with our team or taking the time to make sure we remember the class we liked the most or the person that has made us laugh even when we were so stressed we could cry these past few years. Take the time to hug your parents these last few months. Memorize the facial expressions of your little sister or brother. Remember the sound of your dad coming home from work. These little things we take for granted every day will soon just be the things we tell our college roommate when they ask about where we're from. As much as we've wanted to get out of our house and our school, we never thought it would break our heart as much as it did. We are all beginning to realize that everything we have is about to be gone.

Growing up is scary, but it can also be fun. As we take the last few steps in the hallways of our school, take it all in. Remember, it's okay to be happy; it's okay to be totally excited. But also remember it's okay to be sad. It's okay to be sentimental. It's okay to be scared, too. It's okay to feel all these confusing emotions that we are feeling. The best thing about the bittersweet end to our high school years is that we are finally slowing down our busy lives enough to remember the happy memories.

Try not to get annoyed when your mom starts showing your baby pictures to everyone she sees, or when your dad starts getting aggravated when you talk about moving out and into your new dorm. They're coping with the same emotions we are. Walk through the halls remembering the classes you loved and the classes you hated. Think of the all great times that have happened in our high school years and the friends that have been made that will never be forgotten. We all say we hated school, but we really didn't. Everything is about to change; that's a happy thing, and a sad thing. We all just have to embrace it! We're ready, but we're not...

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Your First Probably Isn't Your Last

There's more out there then your high-school heartthrob.


I, like many other 15-year old girls in a relationship, thought that my high school boyfriend was the end-all-be-all of my existence. Your first real boyfriend: the one you're nervous to introduce to your parents, the one you put a little extra effort in the morning before school for, and the one that you think you will be with forever.

Truth is, the idea that is portrayed in rom-coms that you end up with the first person you have a legitimate connection with is a common misconception. Finding a love like that is rare (trust me, my roommate has it and it's unlike anything you've ever seen), and just because he isn't the one doesn't mean you won't find the one.

Growing up in a small town, I felt the pressure of finding that special someone and developing a relationship that would last a lifetime. My sophomore year in high school, I met a boy and for the next four years, I put up with things and let things go just to keep him around. I would stray from confrontation because hey, he was the love of my life, right?

What these movies don't tell you is that sometimes the first boy that you love and care for isn't the one for you. These people are put in your life for a reason and if you do grow apart, then it is all a part of a bigger picture. The person that I was once with had changed immensely but I thought that was just how it went. I spent four years of my life scared to see what else was out there and build new relationships with other people. I am here to tell you that just because they are your first love, does not mean that they are your last. There is so much more to love and relationships than the first boy that gave you a second look.

My advice to you is to be open. Life has a crazy way of throwing things at you when you least expect it, but take those opportunities and run with them. Meet as many people as you can, form deep friendships and relationships with the people that make you feel the most yourself, and lastly, never settle. You have your whole life to find that one person who makes a day without them seem unbearable. Find out what you like and what makes you the happiest and find someone who appreciates that. Don't let the fear of the unknown hold you back from growing into your full potential and finding someone who brings out the best in you.

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