Watch this video to learn more about
2014-2015 Central Region Collegiate Ambassadors Program:
What is an Ambassador?
Ambassadors are student leaders who are advocates of the Region, Youth Service Project, and the collegiate body. These select undergraduates will be placed into a position of leadership and service. Their responsibilities extend beyond collegiate affairs and place them in a position to create process improvements and recommendations to build and grow our collegiate population.
Ambassadors work closely with the YSC and UCC alongside mentorship from the Regional Board. Responsibilities/benefits may include:
o Serve as active member of regional committees
o Attend leadership/business etiquette events
o Help organize undergraduate development programs, social activities and fundraisers
o Present workshops at Regional Conference/Area Meetings
o Recognition at Regional Conference with Book Scholarships/Conference Grants
o Must be a financial and TORCH trained undergraduate member of Central Region. New members can apply.
o GPA must be at least a 2.75 or show record of improved academic performance
If you are interested in becoming a Collegiate Ambassador and/or have general questions about the program, please contact UCC Delia Harris at firstname.lastname@example.org!