The Mott Community College Student Ambassador Program provides an opportunity for students representing various disciplines at our college to develop leadership and public relations skills while providing a service to MCC. As representatives of the college, Student Ambassadors will participate in social, cultural, marketing and fundraising activities sponsored by the college. Assignments may include: assisting at the information desk, conducting tours of the campus and Regional Technology Center, participating in student service campaigns, "host/hostess" at presidential functions, representing the college at community and recruitment events throughout the county (i.e., visits to area high schools, job fairs, college nights, etc.)
- Current student enrolled for at least 6 credit hours in Fall/Winter semester or at least 3 credits during spring/summer semester.
- Possess effective communication skills.
- Interested in developing leadership and public relations skills.
- Willing to serve as a college representative.
- Cumulative 2.7 G.P.A
Students who wish to apply for the Student Ambassador Program should submit an application and a letter of recommendation from an MCC faculty or staff member. Please return the completed forms to the Office of Admissions, PCC2140.
Faculty and staff who wish to nominate a student for the Student Ambassador Program
should submit a completed nomination form.
Application and nomination forms will be reviewed and students will be interviewed and notified of election. A maximum of 25 students will be selected.
Conditions of Appointment and Continuation in Program:
|1.||Appointments will be for the academic year.|
|2.||Students must attend at least 3 functions each semester. Many events are scheduled for evening hours.|
|3.||Students must be willing to become knowledgeable about the college and the community.|
Compensation is based on an hourly wage approved
by the college for the Federal Work-Study Program.
All aspects of the program will be evaluated each semester. Student input is appreciated.
Students will be evaluated each semester.