Apply to be a CMCI ambassador!

What is a student ambassador? 
CMCI Ambassadors promote CMCI and provide connections between prospective and current CMCI students, staff, faculty, alumni and donors through informational and outreach events. CMCI Ambassadors also assist the communication team with content aimed at prospective students. The 2021-22 CMCI Ambassador team will be comprised of 3 Lead Ambassadors and 12-14 Core Ambassadors.

What do CMCI Ambassadors do?

  • Host information sessions for prospective students to learn more about CMCI 
  • Give general tours of the Armory (classrooms and the equipment rental facilities), CMCI CommRAP in Buckingham Hall, Radio 1190, CASE and the CMCI Broadcast Studio
  • Assist with CU Admissions events (Explore CU, Admitted Students Day, Be Boulder for a Day, etc.) 
  • Assist with CMCI-specific recruitment events (CMCI Preview, Computing, Technology and Data @ CU Boulder, etc.) 
  • Assist with summer, fall and spring New Student Welcomes
  • Attend alumni and donor events Work other CMCI events (Homecoming, Family Weekend, etc.)
  • Assist and serve on Q&A student panel sessions at admissions events 

Core ambassadors are expected to:

  • Independently lead CMCI tours on your own and presentations for prospective students
  • Work with Lead Ambassadors to help develop CMCI recruiting strategies
  • Write postcards and make phone calls to prospective students
  • Help with CMCI Preview 
  • Help with Admitted Students Day
  • Meet with Lead Ambassadors to work on CMCI projects for 1-2 hour each month
  • Attend monthly trainings (listed below).

What are the requirements to be a Core Ambassador?
Core ambassadors attend trainings (listed below) every month and have 1-2 hours of meetings with assigned Lead Ambassador every month.

If these meeting times do not end up working with your class schedule, we can explore opportunities to make up these missed meetings. The preference is for you to be present at these meetings. 

Core ambassadors are expected to:

  • Independently lead CMCI tours on your own and presentations for prospective students
  • Work with Lead Ambassadors to help develop CMCI recruiting strategies
  • Write postcards and make phone calls to prospective students
  • Help with CMCI Preview events (date TBD)
  • Help with Admitted Students Day (date TBD, but typically first Saturday in April)

If you have any questions, contact Shelby Javernick, Student Recruitment and Outreach Manager (Office: CASE W262F, Phone: 303-735-6401)