Student Ambassador Team

For the College of Science

Join the group academically-distinguished students to serve as an ambassador for the College of Science to the University and communities in the New River Valley. 

The application process begins early in the spring semester. Contact Katie Lafon for more information.

Officers 2019-2020

President

Serena Fleming

Vice President/ Treasurer

Eric Ramos

Secretary

Alexa Nosal

Committees 

Recruitment Committee members work as a team and collaboratively with recruitment initiatives in the Undergraduate Academic Affairs Office. Recruitment Ambassadors represent what it means to be a Hokie in the College of Science by participating in projects and events that target future students. Activities include attending recruitment events, talking with prospective students and parents, assisting in developing new recruitment materials, and other creative recruitment opportunities.

The College of Science has over 33,000 alumni located across the United States and around the world. It is in the college’s best interest to engage and inform this constituency of the university. The Alumni Relations Team of the College’s Ambassadors will assist in this engagement. Working with the Director of Alumni Relations for the college, the team will assist with information gathering to include in the college’s e-newsletter, serve as hosts to on-campus events, aid with events in planning and on-site arrangements, and a number of other projects.

The Outreach Committee will be focused on unique projects that will ultimately assist the College of Science in actively reaching out to the community. These projects will be determined by the committee. Events that have been organized in the past are high school student enrichment events and Ut Prosim events.

Benefits of Membership

As a Science Ambassador, have the opportunity to be involved in service, leadership, fund raising, social events, and outreach for the College of Science. Members also provide support and assistance with alumni events and programs for students in the college.

Ambassadors may be asked to assist with open houses, campus tours, career fairs, recruiting events, alumni functions, scholarship lunches or dinners, and college tailgates. It is an amazing program to involved with the College of Science and enhance your resume for future careers in science. 

Questions?

Katie LafonDirector of Alumni Relations College of Science, 540-231-8706