AddRan Ambassadors Program
Be a part of something big.
The AddRan Ambassadors Pilot Program is designed for students who are looking for advanced leadership opportunities, professional and personal development, academic recognition and lifelong friendship.
About the Ambassadors
AddRan Ambassadors are a diverse group of students who will serve as the face of AddRan College of Liberal Arts. They are responsible for fostering a sense of community throughout the college, promoting academically-oriented events and serving as student leaders for their peers.
In the program, students will have the opportunity to learn advanced leadership skills and apply them through programming, mentorship and college publications. Program membership includes access to workshops and conferences that will advance their skills (and look good on a resume!).
Most importantly, the Ambassadors Program provides students with lifelong friendships. This tight-knit group of students will work together on iniatives that promote their individual passions and advance the many missions of the university at large.
Programs & Initiatives
In general, Ambassadors will be responsible for conceptualizing, planning and implementing programs that will advance the mission of AddRan and serve the students within the college. Above all else, this position requires drive and creativity! However, the Ambassadors will be responsible for assisting with select events throughout the year, including:
- Back to Class
- Dinner with the Dean
- The Fall Welcome Back Party
Becoming an Ambassador
We're looking for students who have a passion for the liberal arts. Ideal candidates will understand the mission and values of AddRan, and will be able to communicate those to students, faculty, staff, parents and alumni alike. Ambassadors should be creative, driven and willing to be self-starters. We want students to take initiative and push forward programs and ideas that they feel will best serve the college.
Interested? Applications for Fall/ Spring 2020-2021 are now open.
Contact the Program Coordinator, Taylor Schwarz, if you have questions about the program.