Science Ambassadors: Overview
To become a volunteer, you must first attend a short meet & greet.
Sept 1 | Sept 22 | Oct 3 | Nov 17
We also offer training an as-needed basis via individualized apointments. Contact Rebecca Gascon at email@example.com to schedule a training session or get more information.
Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities
- Meet new people
- Contribute to the School’s growth through strategic recruitment efforts
- Develop personal leadership and communication skills
- Gain service experience for résumé
- Participate in student panel discussions for prospective students
- Lead tours of the School of Science facilities for prospective students
- Greet prospective students at recruitment events
- Make phone calls to prospective students
- Assemble promo folders and recruitment mailings
- School of Science major or minor, or completed 12 credit hours in the School of Science
- Must be in good standing with the university
- Proud of being part of the School of Science and interested in recruiting students
- Enthusiastic about sharing experiences with prospective students and their families
- Possess positive communication and teamwork skills
- Dependable, reliable, and punctual
- Must be flexible (opportunities often arise with little notice)
- Ability to build relationships with diverse groups of people
- Passionate about assisting students, families, faculty and staff
- Represent the School of Science to the best of your ability
- Science Ambassadors should attend all Science Ambassadors meetings possible.
- Science Ambassadors should complete a training session as soon as possible with a senior ambassador.
- Science Ambassadors are required to complete at least two (2) volunteering events to maintain an active status.