Student Leadership and Campus Life
Student Ambassador

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 General Information

Student AmbassadorsWhat is a Student Ambassador?
Student Ambassadors serve to set the tone for prospective students and their families. They guide, direct, inform and teach prospective students what to expect from Campus Life. In addition, student ambassadors serve as special event assistants representing the student and border communities. Student Ambassadors are fellow students who assist EPCC with recruitment, retention, and public relations, as well as reaching out to both current students and perspective students, and make them aware of the programs and services available while attending EPCC.

By being a Student Ambassador, you will have a unique opportunity to work with students, staff, and the community while being a positive role model.

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Student Ambassador Roles:


  • Welcome campus visitors new students, and provide accurate information
  • Work with prospective and current students
  • Conduct campus tours
  • Appear in college promotional materials
  • Promote and participate in Campus Life activities and campus involvement
  • Demonstrate strong institutional knowledge
  • Reflect a positive image of our campuses to the community

 Qualifications

  • Have a 3.0 GPA (minimum)
  • Minimum completion of twelve (12) college level credit hours prior to program enrollment
  • Enrolled in nine (9) academic credit hours
  • Commitment of two (2) consecutive semesters
  • Excellent verbal/written communication skills
  • Professionalism
  • Required enrollment in Leadership EPCC courses
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills
  • Involvement in campus activities
  • Respect for Diversity
  • Demonstrated initiative  
  • Positive attitude
  • Have a passion for student services
  • Reliable transportation
  • Leadership potential

 Orientation & Training

To function effectively as a team, Ambassadors will participate in training sessions that will include:

  • Program expectations
  • Knowledge of EPCC History, degrees and programs offered
  • How to present a New Student Orientation
  • Training to conduct campus tours
  • Team-building activities
  • Leadership EPCC course meetings are held every Monday from 2:00 - 5:00pm at the Valle Verde Campus
  • Mandatory Training August 15th - August 17th, 2011 from 1:00 - 5:00pm

 Benefits

  • Receive six (6) credit hours of tuition for each semester in exchange of ninety (90) total hours of service
  • You can elect to work fall, spring, or summer semesters - but encouraged to make a year-long commitment
  • Leadership skills and networking opportunities
  • Resume enhancement
  • Gain practical working experience
  • Develop social, organizational, and problem-solving skills, as well as confidence, time-management and communication skills
  • Receive official apparel to wear
  • Have fun!