Student Ambassador Program

Student Ambassadors lead their school mates, teachers and school community in The Push-Up Challenge - cheering them on to get fit, have fun and learn about mental health.  

Our Student Ambassadors are now locked in for 2024 and we are so excited to help them lead the push for better mental health in their school communities. 

"The Push-Up Challenge had a huge impact on our school community in only positive ways - it created a sense of community, provided leadership opportunities, allowed many different students the opportunity to shine and have fun together, it created friendly competition, and a goal oriented commitment."

Teacher, ACT

Other ways to get your school involved

The Push-Up Challenge is a unique and fun way for schools to encourage better mental health and wellbeing through connection, physical activity and education.

While our Student Ambassador program is now closed for 2024, your school can still be part of the push for better mental health. All you've got to do is get your school mates together to smash out 3,249 push-ups (or alternative exercises) from 5-28 June 2024.
You can even fundraise if you're keen and make a big difference to supporting Lifeline, headspace or The Push for Better Foundation.

Check our our schools page to find out more about how your school can take part.

2023 Recognition Program

In 2023, we had 500 legendary Student Ambassadors who rose to the Challenge, leading the push for better mental health in their school communities. The following students and schools were absolute rockstars, motivating a huge number of their peers to join the Challenge.

✨ Erica and Jasmine, MLC School, NSW
✨ Jesse and Lachlan, Shore School, NSW
✨ Hayden and Lucas, Anglican Church Grammar School, QLD
✨ Dylan and Joseph, St Bede's College, VIC
✨ Ryan and Sebastien, Brisbane Grammar School, QLD
✨ Charlie and Edward, Cranbrook School, NSW
✨ Henry, Camberwell Grammar School, VIC