What is a Student Ambassador?
Student Ambassadors are currently enrolled as students who represent WSU Tri-Cities. Student Ambassadors support the work of the Admissions staff by communicating with and tracking prospective students, answering the Admissions phone and email, and conducting tours and presentations. They also represent the campus at recruitment events and New Student Orientation.
What are the benefits of being a Student Ambassador?
- Development of leadership, public speaking, and presentation skills
- Experience working with campus staff, administration, faculty, prospective students, parents and community members.
- Leadership experience for your résumé
- Earn money while going to school
What are the time and availability commitments of a Student Ambassador?
Student Ambassadors must be available to work 15 to 20 hours a week during the fall and spring semesters. Some evening and weekend hours might be required.
What are the qualifications to become a Student Ambassador?
- Currently enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours (maximum 15) at WSU Tri-Cities with a 2.5 GPA or higher
- Effective communication skills (including presentations and public speaking)
- Demonstrated leadership skills
- Have a valid Washington State driverís license
- Cannot be on disciplinary action as defined by the WSU Standards of Conduct for Students
- Able to work 15 to 20 hours/week.
- Must have attended WSU Tri-Cities for at least one semester.