Are you the next member of ISPU’s Social Media Street Team? Street Team members care deeply about Muslim communities, are passionate about civil rights and community development, are committed to the belief that facts matter… and roll over to check Twitter as soon as they wake up in the morning. Members share information about ISPU and its research with their social media followers, connecting the facts we discover with current events. This is an excellent opportunity to be an agent for positive change in online spaces, which—let’s be honest—have been more toxic than productive recently.
Frequently Asked Questions
A street team is a group of passionate people who hit the streets to promote an event or product. Traditionally, street teams hung posters, distributed flyers, and posted stickers. A social media street team has the same function, but all of the action takes place online.
As a member of our Social Media Street Team, which social platforms would you post on?
Whichever ones you prefer, whether that’s LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Reddit, or Twitter. We want you to share with your existing networks and communities.
What kind of content will we share with you?
Why should you join this group?
How long are membership terms?
When you sign up to be an ISPU Social Media Street Team member, you commit to being a program member for one year. After one year, you can re-commit or decide to end your membership.