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Student Ambassadors

The 2017-18 PCC Student Ambassadors: (Seated, left to right) Mary-Jean Weathers, Anna Craft and Alexandra Woolard. (Standing, l-r): Blake Simpkins, Dylan Justice, Bryce Fleming, Cameron Peaden, Laszlo Upchurch, Titus Williams and Tucker Fry.

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Who We Are:

An innovative program designed to meet our college's need for the active participation of informed and dedicated students leaders.

Program features include:


Qualifications:

We are looking for students with outgoing personalities, professional appearance and high academic achievement (3.2 GPA or better in high school or college).

Nominees will be screened for strong oral and written communication skills (public speaking), knowledge of the college and community, ability to make a positive impression, scheduling flexibility, access to transportation, and high level of commitment to PCC.

Ambassadors must maintain full-time status and perform 3-5 hours of required volunteer service work per week.

Ambassador scholarship service requirement/activities must be considered first priority in light of other work commitments — no exceptions will be made.


Training:

PCC Student Ambassadors are required to attend three days of intensive leadership training each August before the start of fall semester.

Training includes effective communication and public speaking tips, meetings with college administrators, a scavenger hunt, and instruction on leading campus tours and providing registration day assistance.

During the final phase of training, the students elect officers, schedule meetings for fall semester, and select a service project for the year.


Request Assistance:

PCC Student Ambassadors serve as hosts and tour guides for special events on campus. They are also available to make presentations and assist with student recruitment.

If you would like to request ambassador assistance with a college-sponsored event, please complete a "Request for Assistance Form" and return it to Ashley D. Smith, PCC Student Ambassador advisor, in Vernon White, Room 2, or e-mail it to adsmith@email.pittcc.edu.


Application:

To be considered for the PCC Student Ambassador program, complete an application and send it to the following address:

Pitt Community College
Attn: Ashley D. Smith
P.O. Drawer 7007
Greenville, N.C. 27835-7007

 


Contact Us:

Ashley Smith

Ashley D. Smith
Development and Alumni Services Director
E-Mail: adsmith@email.pittcc.edu
Phone: (252) 493-7229
Office: Vernon White Building, Room 2

Katelynn Speas

Katelynn Speas
Student Services Coordinator
E-Mail: kspeas@email.pittcc.edu
Phone: (252) 493-7440
Office: Goess Student Center, Room 119