The Presidential Ambassador Program is a small group of select volunteer students who represent both the University of La Verne student body and the Office of the President at various events throughout the year. These students gain skills in real-life settings that enhance their preparation for the professional world upon graduation.
What are the benefits of being a Presidential Ambassador?
Presidential Ambassadors have the unique opportunity to interact and engage with a wide spectrum of people. University trustees, donors, parents, and friends of the university are people with whom ambassadors are able to hone their networking and professional etiquette skills. All ambassadors receive a certificate of appreciation and letter of recommendation from President Lieberman at the end of a successful service.
Who can apply to become a Presidential Ambassador?
Any current University of La Verne student with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Previous and/or current involvement in other university co-curricular activities and programs and/or volunteer work is recommended.
Students apply to serve as a Presidential Ambassador for one-year terms (academic years) and must re-apply at the end of every term.
How do I apply to become a Presidential Ambassador?
To apply to become a Presidential Ambassador, complete an application, include a one-page letter of introduction, and list two academic or professional references. Supplemental letters of recommendation are optional.
For more information about submitting an application, please contact Emily McMahan.
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