What is a School of Education Undergraduate Ambassador?
School of Education ambassadors are students who promote the school and act as a liaison to prospective students and families through informational and outreach events. School of Education ambassadors also assist the communication team with social media and web content. An ambassador is a volunteer position that is for a full academic year.
What do ambassadors do?
- Assist with School of Education and CU Boulder admissions events.
- Administrative support for recruitment campaigns.
- Answer questions from prospective students about the undergraduate experience.
- Support events and enhance sense of community for and among current students.
- Share your enthusiasm for the School of Education and CU Boulder!
What are expected from ambassadors?
- Attend bi-weekly support and check-in meetings with School of Education staff members.
- Work office hours to help with recruiting campaign tasks. Campaign tasks will be assigned on an as-needed basis.
- Learn about School of Education values, offered degree programs, and student opportunities. Become comfortable enough to interact with prospective students and families to answer questions.
- Help with admissions events. Examples:
- Future Teacher Expo
- Leadership Conference
- Admitted Students Day
- Create content to assist with the School of Education communications team. Write one blog post per academic year about your CU Boulder experience. Assist with social media features for the School of Education and potentially other CU Boulder websites, publications, social media channels, etc.
- Be featured on the School of Education website as an ambassador and be a source of information for prospective students’ questions.
The application will continually be open until May 1.