The Honey Ambassador Program gives you the unique opportunity to expand your network and gain real-world marketing and project management experience. You’ll bring Bumble into your community by planning events, creating content, distributing branded merch, partnering with local businesses, executing engaging stunts, and working with different student organizations. You’ll also work with Bumble HQ employees on local and national campaigns to bring awareness to the Bumble brand and mission. You can read more about what you’ll be doing as a Honey here.
There are a lot of responsibilities that come with being a Honey, but Bumble offers a very flexible schedule with a 2-3 hour weekly time commitment. You’ll be given a set of monthly tasks and it’s up to you and your team’s availability to complete them accordingly.
The types of events you host and tasks you work on will depend on your campus, city, and the time of year. Your work might include things like:
Creating social media content that showcases your role as a Honey.
Hosting a virtual workout class in partnership with your local yoga studio.
Organizing panel discussions that feature notable alumni from your school.
Driving buzz on campus by hosting engaging stunts.
You’ll also have the opportunity to pitch your own ideas tailored to your campus and interests.
Yes! Details on compensation will be covered once you’re accepted, but all of your work as a Honey is paid.
You’ll also have opportunities for cash and gift bonuses, which can include gift cards, flight vouchers, festival tickets, and more!
Unfortunately, you need to be in the same city as your campus for events and tasks, but we would love to have you apply when you return!
While you don’t have to be a U.S. citizen to be a Honey, you do have to have a work visa, be on campus in the U.S., and accept USD as payment.
Of course! We’re excited to see how your experiences can elevate your Bumble team on campus. Just make sure you have time for it all! Bumble offers a flexible schedule, but there are a lot of responsibilities that come with being a Honey, and we want you to prioritize your education and wellbeing above all else.
Of course you can! Bumble is about cultivating all the important relationships in your life, not just the romantic ones. You can still participate in the Bumble community through our other Bumble modes, where you can meet new friends and create professional connections.
Yes, we love our student athletes! We have many athletes in the Honey Program and have had no issues with NCAA guidelines. However, you should always check with your coach to confirm your team’s rules before applying.
The Honey Program is strictly available for undergraduate students.
As long as you’re at least 18 years old and an actively enrolled college student, you can be a Honey.
Bumble is monitoring school policies and making changes to the program to reflect any remote-only learning environments, but as long as you’re living in the same city as your school you can participate in the program.
Applications are due July 15th and all applicants will be notified through email on a rolling basis starting mid-August.
You’ll be a Honey for 4 months (one semester), but you’re welcome to re-apply to continue working as a Honey for more than one semester!
Bumble will always follow state guidelines to ensure that your safety comes first. More detailed information about COVID-19 safety will be covered in training, and any updates will be reflected in the program.
Make the First Move toward becoming a Bumble Honey and apply now.