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Worcester State University's Presidential Student Ambassadors promote the University at select on- and off-campus functions throughout the academic year.
The purpose of Student Ambassadors is to:
The goals/responsibilities of Student Ambassadors are to:
The commitments of Student Ambassadors include:
Student Ambassadors benefits include:
Eligibility: Students must:
Mandatory Bi-Weekly MeetingsAttend all regularly scheduled bi-weekly meetings during the academic year which will be held at a time TBD. You are allowed one excused absence per semester, however you must notify the coordinator in advance. This does not include class schedule conflicts.Attend all Mandatory EventsIf you sign-up for an event, we expect you to be there on time and stay for the entire assigned shift. Leaving early or coming late for any reason other than class schedule will not be allowed.Meet the Minimum Event Requirement per MonthHours will vary depending on the time of year, and events can take place during evenings and weekends.Respond to all E-Mail Communications!!Be Part of the TeamActive participation in the group is expected. Our team will not function effectively without every one's cooperation. You should always display a positive and cooperative attitude at all events and meetings.Demonstrate ProfessionalismConduct all Ambassador business in a professional manner in-person and online. Wear Ambassador clothing and name tags to all events, unless otherwise specified by the coordinator.Have a Favorable Semester Performance ReviewEach Ambassador will meet with the staff coordinator at the end of each semester to review their performance.Failure to adhere to these responsibilities and expectations will result in either a reduced semester salary or your termination from the program.
There are a few simple steps to follow to become a Presidential Student Ambassador. Please refer to the information below. Also, please review the student ambassador description of responsibilities before you submit your application.
Application ProcessBegin the application process by filling out the Student Ambassador Application. Once you complete the online application, it will be emailed to the selection committee. You will receive an email within 48 business hours notifying you that your application has been received.
Please provide the name of 2 faculty or staff members you would like to use as a reference, they should each submit a letter of recommendation. Letters of recommendation can be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by interdepartmental mail to Julia Demkowicz in the President's Office. Letters of recommendation should answer the following questions: