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 facutly, 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 each spring to join the College Ambassadors Program. Over 50 students are part of the program.
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“My role as an ambassador is much larger than myself. It is an honor to recruit our country's future leaders to join a university distinguished by tradition, excellence, and camaraderie.”
"Being a college ambassador was one of the best decisions I have made at Virginia Tech. I have built professional relationships with faculty and staff in the college as well as grown friendships with other ambassadors.”
“As an ambassador, you're often the first student who prospective recruits encounter. It has been amazing to help alleviate the stress and uneasiness that a high school senior often faces.”
"I loved working with my fellow ambassadors. They made my college experience unforgettable."