Student Ambassadors have a significant impact on fellow students educational experiences as well as their own. They help to positively shape the community and the next generation of campus and community leaders. In recognition of the dedication and hard work of our outstanding Ambassadors and student organization leaders the Office of Student Development hosts an Annual Student Development Leadership Recognition Luncheon each spring.
An outstanding student leader selected to publicly represent WKCTC, Office of Student Development-Student Affairs, and the community in a multitude of essential capacities. The Ambassador is positive, professional, displays enthusiasm, and a genuine desire and spirit of helpfulness. They seek increased involvement and knowledge of academic programs, student concerns, employee roles, college resources, facilities, and social interaction. The Ambassadors are part of a dynamic team of student leaders, dedicated to creating positive change and student success. Ambassadors make students and campus guests feel welcomed, comfortable, and supported through building strong connections. As an individual and group they ultimately help facilitate the retention, persistence, graduation, and success rate of WKCTC students' as well as the positive advancement of the community.
Student Ambassadors are expected to work fall and spring semesters however are encouraged to make a yearlong commitment which includes the summer term. Ambassadors also receive a shirt and blazer to wear during tours and campus events.
Some of the Student Ambassador roles include, however not limited to:
GEN 120 (3)
Course ID: 003864
Engages students directly in structured, community-based activities to acquaint them
with community opportunities, services, and needs. Integrates concepts from the classroom
with community service allowing student to practice concepts while developing an appreciation
of service. Lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours).