Travis Scott’s CACTI Ambassador Program Could Be Coming To Your College Campus
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Travis Scott’s CACTI Ambassador Program Could Be Coming To Your College Campus

Working for your favorite rapper’s company is already a plus, but being compensated for it is the ultimate reward.

Travis Scott has been lining up collaborations with brands throughout the year and now thanks to one of his latest ventures of CACTI Agave Spiked Seltzer, college students are being granted the opportunity to work with the rapper’s company.

As college students will be returning to their campuses soon in the fall, Scott and the CACTI team recently revealed their college ambassador program. According to CACTI’s statement, the program intends to offer college students “both marketing and leadership, ongoing coaching and professional development and networking.” The alcoholic beverage line was released back in March of this year and the ambassadors will now be on board with the brand’s marketing expansion.

“Update those resumes because this semester’s hottest back-to-campus job is officially accepting applications,” said CACTI in their press release. 

Since hiring during the pandemic has become even more challenging than before, CACTI is offering selected ambassadors a $2,000 plus bonus incentive, CACTI merch, and more. If CACTI’s benefits aren’t already enough to catch one’s interest, having the experience as a CACTI ambassador as a college student is perfect to have on one’s resume which increases the likelihood of securing a position post-grad — especially marketing, advertising, and communications majors.

Each of the college ambassadors will be tasked with “bar and liquor store sampling, digital engagement with CACTI’s social channels, rewarding peers with excitement for the brand with exclusive CACTI merch, developing and executing social media campaigns,” and more throughout the fall semester. 

CACTI has their radar on college campuses in the cities of Los Angeles, New York, Miami, San Francisco, Orlando, Chicago, Houston, and Dallas. Possible candidates must be 21 or older and have a GPA of at least 3.0. The application deadline is Aug. 26 and college students can click here to apply.