The Involvement Ambassadors are available for any student or organization needing assistance. Whether you are looking to find opportunities for involvement or if you organization is planning an event, the Involvement Ambassadors are here to help you have a successful involvement experience.
Individuals who are interested in speaking with one of our ambassadors about upcoming involvement opportunities or have questions about general involvement may participate in our individual consultations. Involvement consultations are an excellent way for students to find involvement on campus. Students have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with an Involvement Ambassador and work together to create an involvement plan tailored to their personal and professional interests and goals. Ambassadors are also available to help prepare students for upcoming interviews or applications.
Stop by the Student Involvement Suite (3130 Student Center) Monday-Thursday between 10:00 AM-2:00 PM and Friday between 10:00 AM- 12:00 PM for a drop-in session. Appointments may be made by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please complete the Pre-Consultation Form before arriving for your consultation!
Involvement Ambassadors provide resources and support to all student organizations. We serve to connect organizations to students and each other. Involvement Ambassadors are available to help equip officers with the necessary resources to run effective organizations through workshops & trainings.
Ambassadors are available to tailor workshops, presentations, and trainings to best fit your needs. Whether you need Ambassadors to speak to a new member class, lead leadership development activities, or assist your officers in planning an event, the Involvement Ambassadors are here to assist.
New Organizations: Involvement Ambassadors will serve as a resource for all new student organizations as they begin their journey as a newly formed group. New organizations will attend workshops & trainings specifically designed for new leaders that focus on topics that new organizations face. For a list of regularly scheduled workshops, click here.