Our Ambassadors are available to answer questions you might have about life as a student.
The College of Humanities Student Ambassadors Program began in the spring semester of 2011. Representing the face of the college, this motivated group of interns embodies the qualities we wish to inspire in all of our students.
Student Ambassadors assist college representatives at a number of recruitment-based and college-related events throughout the year. These include:
- Arizona Experience
- AZ Roadtrip
- Tucson Festival of Books
- Tucson Humanities Festival...and many more!
Ambassadors also serve as peer mentors to incoming students in the College of Humanities.
What do Ambassadors do?
Student Ambassadors take part in a variety of interesting activities each semester. Among others are the following:
- Interact with prospective high school students, transfer students, and their guests to explain the benefits of a Humanities major
- Set up college events (including lectures, awards ceremonies, and more), greet and interact with guests
- Mentor first-year students in the College of Humanities
- Other projects on an ongoing basis, including opportunities for projects in major departments
What are the benefits of becoming an Ambassador?
Becoming an Ambassador is a great way to more deeply connect with the college, faculty, staff, and other students. In addition, members will develop excellent communication, interaction and other important skills that translate to any career following graduation. Finally, participants earn internship units and an engaged learning notification on their UA transcript.
Are you a current student who would like to become more connected to opportunities in the College of Humanities?
Our Ambassadors are available to answer questions you might have about life as a student, including ways to become involved on campus and strategies for succeeding as a Humanities student. If you have any questions for an Ambassador, please email@example.com and list "Question for Ambassador" in the subject line.
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