We are students who promote openness, innovation and opportunity on the Web.



Creative and resourceful, Firefox Student Ambassadors are volunteers who lead campaigns and projects at their colleges and in their communities to encourage other to contribute to Mozilla. Together, Firefox Student Ambassadors play a large role in helping to improve the global experience of people on the Web.

The FSA program provides Student Ambassadors all the training, resources and support needed to develop their skills and potential in contributing to the open web. They get to represent Mozilla in their school and their school to the global Mozilla community.


Develop skills and potential

Student Ambassadors are provided with the opportunity to develop their potential and gain new skills in a very open and collaborative environment. The program provides the necessary training and support from other Mozilla contributors worldwide to help them accomplish their goals.

Organize campaigns and events

FSAs are given the opportunity to plan and launch their own campaigns/ events and work with a dynamic group of people in the community. They can also choose to learn from higher-level events organized by local Mozilla Reps by helping in the event production. By being involved with campaigns and events, they get the chance to network with professionals and other students in the industry.

Lead and empower

All Firefox Student Ambassadors can choose to take on more responsibility by assuming the leader position of their Firefox Club. They get to be trained to develop their leadership skills and to empower members in promoting Mozilla's mission for the open Web.

Develop a sense of volunteerism

At the Firefox Student Ambassadors program, Student Ambassadors do not promote things to make profit or make anyone gain profit. We are passionate to keep the Web open and get more people to join us in this cause. We ensure that everyone will be given a fulfilling volunteer experience.


At Mozilla, we take pride on having a diverse community of contributors coming from all culture and industries. Firefox Student Ambassadors are given the opportunity to focus contributing to an area they believe their skills are most suitable at. We will help you get started and get the most out of your volunteer experience!

Helping Users

Our support process relies on enthusiastic contributors like you to help others get the most out of Mozilla products. Find out more about how to help Firefox users and how to help Thunderbird users.

Web Development

Our web sites are open for web developers to hack on. Find a web site project to get started on. Your web skills can also be used to help us build our new Firefox OS.

Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance testing is one of the easiest ways to get started with Mozilla and is a great way to get familiar with our code and tools. Pick a task from One and Done to get started, work on Desktop Firefox, test Mozilla web sites, join us for a Test Day, or learn more about other testing opportunities.


Add-ons are what make Firefox the most extensible and customizable browser available. Get started building an add-on, and learn more about the different ways you can contribute.


Developers can help Mozilla by adding new features, making our technology smaller and faster and making development easier for others. Tell us your favorite programming language and we'll find the project for you.

Visual Design

We want to make it possible for artists to cover the web and people with designs inspired by Mozilla. out the Creative weDo blog for more information about how to take part.

Spread the Word

Help us spread the word about how Firefox and other Mozilla projects are building a better Internet. Share Firefox with the world by becoming an Affiliate and then check out our Marketing Guide for more ways to get involved.

Documentation and Writing

The Mozilla Developer Network is the hub for information about Mozilla technologies. Help make our documentation better by writing new content, correcting existing material or translating content into new languages.


Get involved with Mozilla by making Firefox, Thunderbird and other projects available in your language. Also help us tell the world about how Mozilla is building a better Internet by translating content on our web sites.


Help build a generation of webmakers by teaching others how the web works. Explore what the Mozilla Webmaker project is all about or get started teaching others by setting up an event in your community today.


Ready to do awesome things for the open Web? Sign-up now and wait for our e-mail for the next steps!


Still has a lot of questions? Don't hesitate to e-mail us at fsa@mozillaph.org or ask us anonymously at ask.fm/mozillaph!