Give the gift of Remote Year,
and gain a gift yourself!

This holiday season, we’re calling on the Nation to participate in our first ever nation-wide referral competition!

How it Works

During the month of December, refer as many qualified/interested candidates as you can to Remote Year. A qualified and Interested candidate is defined as someone who is not already talking to a member of our Program Placement Team (aka they are brought to us by you) who uses at least one of the referral two processes defined below.

  1. You (referrer) fill our the Nation Referral Form.
  2. You (referrer) share your personal referral link. Your referral then needs to click on the link and complete the form to enter our system.

Please note the competition is focused around the number of referrals you generate and apply. Our standard referral program will remain the same throughout should any of your referrals choose to commit to a Remote Year program through either of the methods above and both you and your referral will both be rewarded $200.

Don’t know your referral link? We’ll be sending an email with your link that should be hitting your inbox shortly. If you have any other questions, email to help get sorted. Happy Holidays and happy spreading the Nation love!

Tools & Resources

To make it easier, we have created a library of content that you can share on your social media platforms (stories, videos, logo animations, and more). Click below to find them:

Social Content Library

The Prizes

Top 3 Referrers

The 3 people who refer the most people to Remote Year will get 1 free week at any upcoming Citizen Houses in 2020 (pending availability). To check out what's available, login to the Citizen Marketplace.

First 5 to get 15 referrals

You will receive $200 Marketplace Credit to do something awesome this winter.

If you refer 5 people

You will receive Remote Year Hoodie to stay warm this winter.

Eligibility & Limitations

Anyone in the Nation is eligible to participate in this competition — this means Premotes, active Remotes on programs, as well as citizens. A qualified and Interested person is defined as someone who completes either of the two referral processes and is not already talking to someone from the Program Placement Team.

There are no limitations on who and how you can refer people — in fact, we want you to get creative!