Graduate Ambassadors

CECH Graduate student ambassadors

The CECH Graduate Student Ambassador Program is a service organization for advancing the relationship between the students, alumni, faculty & staff, and colleagues of the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services (CECH). Ambassadors provide a valuable service by representing the College, providing graduate student’s perspective on classes, and communicating the program to potential graduate students.

The Ambassadors assist in:

  • Forming a connection with CECH and incoming graduate students throughout the year. 
  • Partipating in on-campus events and Webinars. 
  • Helping to build a robust graduate community within CECH and serve as a liaison with students and the CECH Recruitment Team.

The roles and responsibilities of a CECH Student Ambassador include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • CECH Recruitment Events (Webinars, class visits)
  • CECH College Events (Orientation)
  • Promoting the College through specified social media outlets.
  • Participating in the annual Phone-A-Thon.
  • Communicating via phone and/or email with prospective students.
  • Mentoring incoming graduate students.

Current CECH Graduate Students:  This organization shall not discriminate based on race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age, gender, disability or handicap, religion, sexual orientation, disabled veteran's status or Vietnam era veteran's status in any of its policies, procedures, and practices. This policy will include but is not limited to recruiting, membership, organization activities, or opportunities to hold office.