The Engineering Student Ambassadors are a group of sophomore, junior, and senior engineering students who not only maintain excellent academic records, but they also participate in a variety of enrichment activities. The students serve as representatives for the College of Engineering for prospective students, K12 teachers, and other visitors, donors, and sponsors. The Engineering Student Ambassadors Program is coordinated by the Engineering Academic & Student Affairs (EASA) Office.
Engineering Ambassadors Activities
- Recruitment: Participate in student panels for prospective students and their parents; Participate and occasionally lead departmental and other engineering tours for prospective students and parents on campus; Record activities that might be of interest to prospective students and upload the videos to the EASA website; Participate in Explore Engineering Summer Camps; Respond to email requests from prospective students and parents.
- Outreach: Participate and occasionally lead departmental and other engineering tours for teachers; Support the annual Teacher Summit, which could include: Helping with Summit logistics, staffing a resource table, and participating in a student panel.
- Development: Participate in meetings with sponsors and donors, which may include student panels and leading tours for invited guests and sponsors.