PINELLAS PARK, Fla.—Applications for the 2022 Transitions Change Agent and Transitions Student Ambassador programs are now being accepted online until Nov. 30, 2021. Transitions Optical is recruiting eyecare professionals as well as a select group of social-savvy optometry and opticianry students who are looking to change the conversations their peers and patients are having around Transitions lenses. Industry professionals interested in becoming a Transitions Change Agent can visit Optometry and opticianry students interested in becoming a Transitions Student Ambassador can visit

Change Agents will be invited to attend the annual kick-off program at Transitions Academy to be held in Orlando, Fla., Jan. 16 -19, 2022, where they will meet and network with fellow Transitions Change Agents. Through the program, Change Agents will be able to participate in professional development and product technology workshops. Additionally, all Change Agents will receive and evaluate a free trial pair of Transitions lenses.
The one-year student program provides Transitions Student Ambassadors with opportunities to try new products, learn about photochromic technology and participate in the annual Transitions Academy as well. Student Ambassadors will also receive a trial pair of Transitions lenses to evaluate. Students also have the opportunity to engage and network with an assigned mentor, industry leaders and fellow students.
To apply, candidates must complete an application form and detail why they want to become a Transitions Change Agent or Transitions Student Ambassador, what they hope to accomplish by participating in the program, link their social media profiles and answer a few additional questions. Applications to become a Transitions Change Agent are now being accepted online here and applications to become a Transitions Student Ambassador are now being accepted online here.

Selected applicants will be notified in early December and participate in the program for the 2022 calendar year. For additional information or questions, please contact