The Career Center Student Ambassador Program is a volunteer service, leadership, and internship experience that provides students the opportunity to serve as representatives of the Career Center. Ambassadors act as a valuable source of information and strengthen the Career Center’s engagement with the FSU community on a peer-to-peer level.
What Does an Ambassador Do?
- Market and promote Career Center events, programs, and services in-person and via social media
- Volunteer at career fairs and other Career Center events and workshops
- Participate in outreach activities (tabling, presentations)
- Host employer visits (information sessions, interview days)
- Assist with recruitment of new ambassadors
Why Be an Ambassador?
- Network and engage with students, employers, faculty, and staff
- Enhance your résumé and boost your professional presence
- Gain transferable career skills
- Share valuable resources with your peers
- Develop leadership skills
- Fine-tune your time management skills
- Explore aspects of marketing, communication, external relations, and event management
- Commit at least two full semesters
- Maintain minimum GPA of 2.75
- Available for Mandatory Training/Orientation Session prior to start of Fall semester
- Commit to a minimum 30 hours per semester
All training session dates are provided in advance and all Ambassadors are expected to attend.
The Application Process
Ambassadors are recruited and selected during the summer for the upcoming Fall and Spring semesters. Students must submit an application and resume through NoleNetwork in order to be considered for the program.
Questions? Contact: Tori Andrews (firstname.lastname@example.org or 850-644-9773).