The Libraries Student Ambassadors serve as advocates and representatives for K-State Libraries at social, cultural, and fundraising activities. Ambassadors also provide valuable feedback on the Libraries initiatives and services, as well as advocate for the perspectives of the student body.
The Ambassador program provides students with leadership skills, professional connections, and the opportunity to make a positive impact at K-State.
Who are K-State Libraries Student Ambassadors?
The Libraries Student Ambassadors are an elite group of undergraduate and graduate students who represent various colleges and interests. Their opinions and ideas help shape the future of K-State Libraries.
- Strong interest in making a positive impact by improving and advocating for the Libraries
- Committed to attending training and meetings in order to provide constructive and insightful feedback to the Libraries
- Uses the Libraries: online resources, print/physical resources, and/or physical space
- Comfortable speaking with individuals or small groups
- Willingness to explore and discover innovative solutions
- How do I become a K-State Library Student Ambassador?
Apply online by Friday, September 27, 2013. Interviews will be scheduled with a select number of applicants following the written application deadline.
- Monthly meetings (with meals provided)
- Two years of service (unless you are a graduating student)
- Four hours of service per month
Adriana Gonzalez - Faculty and Graduate Services Department Head
Darchelle Martin - Events and Programs Coordinator
Sara K. Kearns - Undergraduate/Community Services Department Head
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