College Ambassador Program
Students build leadership skills, enhance their resumes, and gain a unique networking experience, all while providing crucial service to the College.
Formed in 1993, the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences Ambassadors Program provides over 3,000 volunteer hours to the college and the college departments each year. Student Ambassadors build their leadership skills and their resumes, while providing crucial service to the college. Students get a unique networking experience, interacting with faculty, administrators, staff, parents, alumni, and prospective students.
As the Ambassadors are the student representatives of the college, we utilize an application through a competitive process including a paper application and interviews. New student members are selected in the fall to join the College Ambassadors Program. Over 50 students are part of the program.
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What is it like to be in the Student Ambassador Program?
Carson Bartlett, a native of Chester, VA, joined the Ambassador Program in order to be more involved with the college. In her spare time, Carson served as an editor for Philologia, a member of Phi Alpha Delta, and a writer for the Collegiate Times. She graduated in 2017 with B.A. in Political Science. Carson's future goals include using her experiences from the Ambassador Program and at Virginia Tech to work as either a political consultant or a journalist.
Ali Marhefka, a native of Boontown Township, NJ, joined the Ambassador Program in order to network, gain job experience, and connect with faculty. In her spare time, Ali served as a Hokie ambassador, a member of the English club, and a member of Kappa Delta. She graduated in 2018 with a B.A. in English. After graduation, Ali hopes to use her experiences in the Ambassador Program and at Virginia Tech to be an editor of a lifestyles magazine or a professional document creator at a fortune 500 company.
Olivia Seksinsky, a native of Charlotte, NC, joined the Ambassador Program in order to network and connect with other academically motivated people. In her spare time, Olivia also served as an RA in Johnson Hall, a Hokie ambassador, and an ambassador for the Women’s Center. She graduated in 2018 with a B.A. in international studies. After graduation, Olivia is attending law school at the University of Richmond.
Deonte Easter, a native of Chesapeake, VA, joined the Ambassador Program to connect with students and their parents. In his spare time, he serves as Vice President of Phi Alpha Delta, a pre-law organization. He's also a brother of Alpha Phi Omega, a national service fraternity. He's graduated in 2018 with a major in international studies and a minor in Arabic. After graduation, Deonte plans to attend law school. However, his ultimate goal is to work for the Civil Rights Division of the DOJ.
Noah White, a native of Center Valley, PA, joined the Ambassador Program to surround himself with likeminded and motivated students. He was also involved in the Corps of Cadets, Air Force ROTC, University Honors, and intramural sports. Noah graduated in 2019 with a dual degree in political science and economics with a minor in leadership studies. Noah will use his experiences in the Ambassador Program to be an effective officer and leader in the United States Air Force.