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Remake Ambassador Program

At Remake, our Ambassadors are at the heart of everything we do. They form a vibrant, thriving collective, engaging each other and their communities in discussions about the people who make our clothes and the environmental impacts of fashion.

Join our action-oriented Ambassador community to build meaningful connections with a global network of like-minded, passionate fashion advocates. You’ll actively participate in local grassroots initiatives, take part in online educational programming, and link arms with fellow activists on policy-change initiatives and worker-led advocacy campaigns to remake the fashion industry.

Why become an Ambassador?


Meet and connect with inspiring people who share your passion for remaking the fashion industry via our global directory, community channels and meet-up groups.

Professional Development

Gain access to free educational resources, support and mentorship to acquire the skills to be an industry leader. Host and/or attend workshops, panels, and events.

Create Change

Remake Ambassadors pose on the capitol building steps with sign promoting the fabric act

Use your voice to create systemic change. Remake will equip you with the tools you need to play a pivotal role in policy change for garment workers and the environment.

Join a community of changemakers across 75 countries, with hubs located in:


Los Angeles
New York

SF Bay Area
South Asia
Washington DC

From our Ambassadors


Remake has changed my life, my outlook, my values, and my sense of self worth as an advocate, business owner, and human being. I don’t know where I would be right now without the Remake Community. I couldn’t be more grateful.

Emily McKay
Toronto, Canada


Remake has been the catalyst to my activism within the fashion industry. 
Without their knowledge, support, and community, I wouldn’t have been able to take part in protests and marches fighting for garment worker rights. Coming from Canada and finding a home and community in London has been such a blessing and has only deepened my involvement in the incredible work Remake does.

Yuddha Maharaj
London, UK


As an individual, I wouldn’t know what to do about the issues facing the fashion industry. But as a Remake Ambassador, I’m now a part of the solution. I know that I am bringing about change – I’m a changemaker because I am a Remaker.

Puja MJ
Mumbai, India


The Remake Ambassador program is what you make of it! We hope you’ll give back to the mission of fighting for fair pay and climate justice, just as much as you get out of the program, and will fully utilize all the offerings to become a stronger fashion changemaker.

Yes, Ambassadors are volunteers. Please consult our Volunteer Policy for more information.

Ambassador applications are reviewed on a rolling basis — please allow one to two weeks for your application to be processed and reviewed. If accepted into the program, you’ll be contacted by a member of Remake’s Education Team to begin our onboarding process.

Absolutely! Social sharing is key to our movement, and Ambassadors have the ability to share Remake’s stories (or your own) on various platforms and through various mediums. Consider updating your Instagram bio (and any other social platforms) to include #RemakeAmbassador. We encourage you to post an announcement, in any form, highlighting your involvement with Remake’s Ambassador program.

Remake Ambassadors are individuals so we invite all of those interested in joining the program to complete and submit an application for themselves.

If you are interested in larger collaborations and partnerships with Remake please contact us here.

The Remake Ambassador program is open to anyone over the age of 15. While a majority of our Remake Ambassadors are youth changemakers or young professionals, this is a welcoming community, open to all! 

You can contact with questions related to the Ambassador Program. For all other questions, please visit our Contact page.


Remake is a 501(c)3 nonprofit uniting changemakers in the fight for human rights and climate justice in the clothing industry.