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Student Ambassador Program

 

"Creating a community of successful students"
Group
Opening Day Convocation, Knight Campus 2014
Mallory Moniz-Student Ambassador-Liston Campus, William Moore- Senior Student Ambassador –Knight Campus and Victoria Adelaja-Student Ambassador-Liston Campus

 

Program at a glance

The Student Ambassador Program is an honorary group of students who will represent the college at special events on campus and in the community. They seek to enhance prospective students’ knowledge about the various student support services and programs offered at the college. Students will demonstrate leadership potential, communication skills and high academic standards.

Requirements

Anyone wishing to become a Student Ambassador must meet the following requirements to apply:

  • Maintain a 2.50 GPA
  • Complete 12 hours of coursework before application deadline
  • Be enrolled at least half time per semester (a minimum of six credit hours)
  • Complete an Ambassador application
  • Submit two completed faculty/staff recommendation forms

Please note: Applying to the Student Ambassador Program does not guarantee acceptance to the program.

All Ambassadors
Fall Student Leadership Conference- Sprague Mansion, Cranston
Mallory Moniz-Student Ambassador- Liston Campus/ William Moore, Student Ambassador- Knight Campus/Carla Viera- Student Ambassador- Flanagan Campus/ Victoria Adelaja- Student Ambassador- Liston Campus/Ismael De Brito- Student Ambassador- Flanagan Campus/ Penda Sow- Student Ambassador, Flanagan Campus.
Benefits

Those who serve as CCRI Student Ambassadors receive many benefits for their service to the college.

  • Compensation for their work
  • Leadership opportunities
  • A résumé-building experience
  • Professional blazer, polo shirt and official college name tag
  • Certificate of appreciation signed by the college president
Responsibilities

Student ambassadors share their college experiences with prospective students.
Common responsibilities include:

  • Visiting high schools
  • Attending college fairs
  • Helping at information sessions
  • Conducting campus tours
  • Participating in new student orientation, registration and commencement
  • Assisting at various campus events

Any student who fails to maintain the required GPA and/or fails to fulfill any of their required duties may be dismissed from the Ambassador program at any time. They will forfeit all benefits and will be responsible for any outstanding obligations to the College that result from that loss.

Student Ambassadors Representing CCRI
Mallory Moniz, Student Ambassador
Spring Leadership Workshop-Knight Campus
Mallory Moniz, Student Ambassador, Liston Campus
Ismael De Brito, Student Ambassador
Spring Leadership Workshop-Knight Campus
Ismael De Brito, Student Ambassador- Flanagan Campus
 
Joseph Smith, Student Ambassador
Presentation given by: Joseph Smith Student Ambassador, Fall 2014

What others say about the Ambassadors ...

Student Ambassadors Logo “The Student Ambassador Program was a great help to the Athletic Department.”

“The Ambassador has such a professional presence. I was very satisfied with her participation in our registration process.”

“Excellent program! All three Ambassadors were very professional, courteous, great reps of CCRI. Keep it going. Thank you for all you have done in the area of Student Life.”

 

 

Student Ambassador Campus Liaisons

  • Lilliam Abreu, Admissions Officer
    Flanagan Campus/Lincoln - 401-333-7172
  • Michael P. Hynes, Senior Admissions Officer
    Liston Campus/Providence - 401-455-6104
  • Adam Moreau, Admissions Officer
    Knight Campus/Warwick - 401-825-2266
Any Questions?
Offices:
For more information, contact

Deborah K. Watson, Student Ambassador Program Coordinator,
dwatson@ccri.edu
401-851-1637
www.ccri.edu/oes/admissions

This page developed and maintained by Admissions. Send comments and suggestions to rgiovino@ccri.edu .


Last Updated: 8/26/15