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Education

Ambassadors

Lead the pack by sharing your laser cutting and engraving expertise with others.

Celebrate the work of educators who use Glowforge in their classrooms.

Download The Educator's Guide To Glowforge

Glowforge was built for classrooms. Download this PDF for everything you need to know to create your world, from printer to grant funding.

FREE Lesson Plans

Bringing Glowforge to your classroom is easy with our standards-aligned lesson plans created by teachers & our catalog with hundreds of designs with step-by-step instructions.

Who we're looking for

We’re seeking passionate, creative pioneers who champion change in their classrooms and encourage their students to explore the possibilities of making and creating. Through content creation, webinars, case studies, and conferences, you’ll get to share your own experiences and be inspired by educators from all types of classrooms.

Ambassador benefits

Education Ambassadors will have a unique opportunity to influence the trajectory of Glowforge use in learning spaces, while building relationships with other Educator Abassadors. Here are just some of the benefits of the program: · An ongoing relationship with the Glowforge Education team · Ample networking opportunities with other Educator Ambassadors · Access to curated workshops and events to expand your teaching repertoire · A Glowforge Welcome Package

Apply to the Ambassador Program

Applications are no longer being accepted and ended on June 2nd 2023. We will update when the next application period is open.

Meet our current Ambassadors

Inspiring educators shape inspiring minds

Educators use Glowforge to bring a new dimension to teaching that will empower the next generation of creators.

Educator Ambassador Applications

We are not currently accepting Educator Ambassador applications. We'll update this page when applications are open. Potential Education Ambassadors will need to complete the application process, which includes a short video biography, submit a couple of lesson plans, and answering specific questions.