Ambassadors are an exceptional group of students designated to represent the College at special events on campus, in the community, and virtually.
Each year, CCAC selects students to participate in the Student Ambassador Program. These students are chosen to represent CCAC based on their leadership and community involvement. Ambassadors assist with activities that include leading tours for both potential and new students, mentoring international students, conducting classroom presentations, and participating on campus and virtual college open houses and new student orientations. They can also participate in community service projects and are often invited to accompany college administrators to college fairs and community events.
Ambassadors directly impact prospective students’ decisions to attend CCAC. As mentors and leaders by example, ambassadors connect current students to the college as by engaging with them in extracurricular activities and guiding them to resources.
Candidates should also possess these skills:
- Positivity and enthusiasm
- Excellence in communication and customer support
- CCAC Wild Cat pride and spirit
- Interest in promoting the College experience
- Openness to learning new things
- Commitment to diversity and inclusion