By Shannon Feeney Andre, Assistant Director
Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to better connect Career Services with the student body.
Career Services is looking for students to join the Student Ambassador Program for the 2015-16 academic year. The Student Ambassador Program brings together an elite group of students with diverse talents that are interested in assisting their peers as they navigate the career development process and engaging in the employer relations activities on campus. Student Ambassadors act as the official liaisons between the Career Services office and the student body. Ambassadors do this by providing feedback on any new ideas for Career Services’ programs and events, promoting and publicizing events and services, and serving as a role model and resource for their peers. While serving as a Student Ambassador, your assignments could range from volunteering at an employer event, to participating in a focus group, to providing suggestions on marketing (and more!).
For students interested in gaining campus leadership experience, helping their peers, and marketing the work of Career Services, the Student Ambassador Program is for you!
Do you have what it takes? Then apply via OrangeLink today (Job #74079). Candidates need to submit a resume and cover letter explaining why they want to join the team. The deadline to apply is July 1st.
*Updated to reflect new dates