As engineering student ambassadors, we are a direct representation for the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering. In a nutshell, we provide personalized tours of the college of engineering to prospective students. When we are not leading a tour, we host outreach events such as Engineering Exploration Week where students can attend mock lectures, student panels, and various information sessions to help students gain interest in STEM.
Our goals as ambassadors are
- to welcome students to CSU
- to provide a plethora of information regarding our wonderful engineering programs
- to ultimately try to help the student find the place that is right for them
Our goals as ambassadors are to welcome students to CSU, provide a plethora of information regarding our wonderful engineering programs, and ultimately try to help someone find the place that is right for them, whether that’s CSU or another university. The most rewarding part of this job is knowing that you can impact someone’s journey. It’s an amazing feeling when you connect with a prospective student and you can feel the excitement and passion in your conversations! I love walking around campus and seeing a student who I gave a tour to in the past; it is not only fulfilling, but also heartwarming to see the work you do come to life.
Recently, we have extended our resources to be virtual! We engineering student ambassadors offer 1-on-1 virtual chats, live webinars, and live virtual tours. You can find out more about these resources on our Engineering Future Students page.