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 meetings with School of Education staff members.
  • 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.
  • 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.
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