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Student Ambassador Program


Our Student Ambassadors play a key role in on-campus employer relations activities, publicizing and promoting office events, participating in workshops, and providing feedback on the programs and services offered by our office. The program involves enthusiastic RIT student volunteers from all colleges. 

Meet Our 2017-18 Student Ambassadors

Abdullah Aldossari
Sara Ali

Natasha Amadasun
Mrittika Bhowmick
Mrittika Bhowmick
Keith Cahalane
Melissa Calopiz
Melissa Calopiz
Geraldine Dang
Smayan Daruka
Quynh-Thy Do
Quynh-Thy Do

Christine Dobie
Lauren Gianotti
Lauren Giannotti
Emely Giraldo
Hannah Hawkins
Sushant Kafle
Sushant Kafle
Emily Kimber
Emily Kimber
Riley Le
Riley Le
Amelia Lombardo
Lindsey Mercier
Courtney Rada
Iga Szczepanik
Keena Tolentino
Keena Tolentino
Elise Wilcocks
Cynthia Zachar
Cynthia Zachar



  • Meet great employers by helping out with company presentations and information sessions, and act as liaisons for employer-department meetings.
  • Connect with employers and assist students by working with Career Services staff on large events like University-Wide Career Fairs/Interview Days, Creative Industry Day, Mock Interview programs and more!
  • Help with social media -- live tweeting events, blogging, engagement, videos, and more. If you have a strong interest in social media and want to build on your experience, we can focus your role mainly on social media, just let us know.
  • Provide on-going feedback on services and programs provided by our office and assist in developing new initiatives.
  • Share their knowledge with other students by participating in office workshops, presentations, and panels.
  • Spread the word to other students about upcoming employer presentations, career fairs, and other career-related events.

Did we mention there are lots of benefits to serving as a Student Ambassador?


  • Network with employers – Gain potential employment leads and develop your networking skills
  • Improve your professional skills, including your communication and leadership abilities
  • Provide input that will help shape our office’s services and events
  • Strengthen your resume by participating in this leadership role
  • Plus, you get a great office polo shirt!

If you have the following qualities, you’d make a great Student Ambassador:

  • Current RIT student in good standing
  • Minimum GPA of 2.5
  • Team-oriented
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Interest in leadership activities
  • Desire to participate in events, provide outreach to the RIT community, and work with RIT recruiting employers


We are still accepting applications for the 2017-18 school year. 

Two steps required to complete the application process:

  1. Email a current resume and letter of recommendation to Jill.

  2. Complete and submit the form below.







Year Level (ex. 2nd year, 4th year)


Expected Graduation Date


1. Why do you want to be a Student Ambassador?


2. Describe past extracurricular activities, classes, leadership experiences or volunteer work in which you have been involved. Include any leadership positions you have held in clubs, organizations, or any honors/awards you have received. Explain how these experiences will contribute to your success as a Student Ambassador.


3. List the extracurricular activities and/or employment you plan to be involved in for the upcoming year. Where possible please include an approximate time commitment for these activities (hours per week), so we have a better sense of your availability.


4. Would you be available for evening or weekend events and programs?


5. Please indicate the areas you are interested in participating:

5a. Any other interests?: (optional)