What is a CLAS Student Ambassador?
A Colleges of Letters, Arts, and Science (CLAS) Student Ambassador will be expected to represent the student perspective of CLAS proudly and professionally to prospective and new students and family, the University of Arizona community, and other groups/organizations as called upon. Ambassadors are expected to communicate and present information about CLAS programs at various events. Ambassadors must be able to commit at least an average of one hour per week to the position. Being selected as a CLAS Student Ambassador is an honor that reflects academic rigor and a commitment to higher education.
This is a great opportunity to share your unique CLAS perspective, meet prospective students, improve your communication and public relations skills, gain leadership experience, and network with faculty, staff, and community members.
What is a PULSE CAT Ambassador?
PULSE Ambassadors represent the Pre-Health Professions Advising Center. They are a select group of students chosen because of their involvement and interest in health care, overall academic and leadership experiences, campus and community involvement, and communication and leadership skills in working with their peers. They work with the Pre-Health Professions Advising staff to provide program support to pre-health students. Their primary tasks include assisting pre-health advisors in recruitment and outreach activities, workshops, and events.