What is an Ambassador?

Ambassadors are undergraduate students who are advocates for the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. By representing the student body, Ambassadors have been placed into a position of leadership and service. The Ambassadors' responsibilities extend beyond assisting with collegiate affairs, but also involve a desire to serve, a commitment to improve, and an attitude of selflessness.

What do Ambassadors do?

Ambassadors work closely with the Associate Dean of Academic Programs and her staff to represent the College to various publics. Responsibilities of the Ambassadors may include activities such as serving as tour guides for prospective students and their parents, representing the College at university sponsored recruiting events such as open houses, and serving as hosts and hostesses at alumni receptions and events.

Schedule the Ambassadors to assist at your upcoming event

Ambassadors can be requested to assist at College and departmental events and programs. Contact Susan Sumner at calsap@vt.edu

News and Announcements

Application to the Program

Ambassador Application (PDF | 213KB)

Due March 3, 2017

Important Links

Contact

Susan Sumner

Associate Dean and Director of Academic Programs

1060 Litton-Reaves Hall (0334)
175 West Campus Drive, Virginia Tech

Blacksburg, VA 24061

(540) 231-6503
calsap@vt.edu