4 Ways to Become a Snowflake Select Star

November 13, 2019 Rachel McGuigan

The Snowflake Community—a hub for Snowflake users to connect, share, and learn from each other both offline and online—is launching a new program called the Select Star Program. 

What is a Select Star? 

The Select Star program recognizes and rewards our most engaged community members who go above and beyond to help other users around the globe. The program offers many opportunities, including speaking at meetups or during webinars, publishing technical tutorials and blog posts, answering questions on Stack Overflow, and sharing your own Snowflake story with the community. The more you engage and offer support, the more award points you’ll earn. Once you’ve collected 1,000 points, we’ll officially accept you into the Select Star program. 

Why is the community launching this program?

The data ecosystem is growing fast, and we hope you’ll add your voice. Whether you are hosting user groups, giving talks on webinars, writing tutorials, creating demos on YouTube, or contributing to one of our sample code projects, we want to support, and recognize you for your contributions.

If you did not join the experts of the community when we moved the Q&A forum to Stack Overflow, now is the time. We already have 20 experts in the program, so why not become part of the conversation?

Why you should join the program?

Participating in the Select Star program helps you earn more points in the community and includes additional perks such as: 

  • Recognition as a Snowflake leader
  • Early invitations to Snowflake events
  • Opportunities to speak at Snowflake events
  • Access to Snowflake product and engineering teams

Join the Select Star program today!

Still have questions? Reach out to us at: community@snowflake.com 

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