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For example: Being a member of the team constitutes to an amazing experience.

Would this be correct?

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You can if you remove the extra word "to".

I'm not sure why you'd prefer "constitutes" to "is" in that sentence, or a word that conveys some other meaning or flavor, such as "delivers".

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