Become a Westrock Ambassador


Join Our Ambassador Team!

Westrock Coffee is looking for college students who are socially-conscientious and outwardly-focused campus leaders to join our mission and help us spread the word about life-changing coffee.  

How it Works:

  • Anyone can apply to be a Westrock Ambassador
  • Once selected, you have the freedom to decide how you would like to share Westrock with your community. (Give friends free coffee samples, brew coffee at an event, POST about us, etc.)
  • Receive FREE coffee and FREE gear every time you work with us

What does it mean to be an Ambassador?

Our ambassadors get the chance to share the story and great taste of Westrock Coffee. In turn, students grow their personal brands to open doors for the future. Companies love to work with graduates who are willing to go the extra mile and be innovative with their work.

Who is impacted by this coffee?

When you partner with Westrock, you play an active role in creating real change by representing the brand on social media and in your everyday life. When you share Westrock, you are educating your community on the importance of supporting ethically sourced coffee.

What makes Westrock Coffee different?

By directly purchasing from the farmers, Westrock is able to ensure the farmer is being paid a fair wage on time for their harvest and in turn, create a better life for themselves and their families. Farmer partners also have access to training programs helping them improve their coffee-growing craft so they can earn more money for their families. Westrock is high-quality and always ethically sourced. When you help us get Westrock on more countertops, farmers and their families THRIVE.

Where are our Ambassadors?

Westrock Coffee is roasted in central Arkansas, but ambassadors live all across the United States. We are always looking for new ambassadors primarily in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area as well as in Colorado, North Carolina, Arkansas and Florida. Even if you do not live in one of those areas, please apply – we would love to work with you!

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Meet Our Farmer Partner, Christine