What is a student ambassador?
CMCI ambassadors are students that serve as liaisons between prospective students, parents, and the university, as well as 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.
What do CMCI ambassadors do?
- Host information sessions for prospective students to learn more about CMCI
- General tours of the Armory (classrooms and the vault), CMCI CommRAP Radio 1190 and CMCI Broadcast Studio.
- Assist with CU Admissions events (Explore CU, Admitted Students Day, Be Boulder for a Day, etc.)
- Assist with CMCI-specifc 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.)
The 2019-2020 CMCI Ambassador team will be comprised of 3-4 lead ambassadors and a 10-12 of core ambassadors.
What’s a core ambassador?
After serving as a core ambassador, students can then apply to be a lead ambassador. Core ambassadors attend one of training meeting every month and do two hours of office hours every month.
What are the requirements to be a core ambassador?
Core ambassadors are expected to:
- attend a monthly training meetings (only one missed meeting allowed per year)
- do two "office hours" a month with lead ambassadors
- practice facilitating student visit tours, become comfortable enough to lead tours on your own and do presentations
- work with lead ambassadors to help develop CMCI recruiting strategies
- write postcards and make phone calls to prospective students
- help at Admitted Students Day
Ambassador applications will open in January 2020.
If you have any questions, contact Shelby Javernick, Student Recruitment and Outreach Manager (Office: ARMR 106, Phone: 303-735-6401)