Represent the Faculty of Arts throughout the academic year by becoming an Arts Student Ambassador!
The Faculty of Arts Student Ambassador program is a volunteer, student leadership program aimed at building a community among Arts students and promoting a liberal arts education in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Manitoba.
Ambassadors help to promote the Faculty through several student initiatives and events throughout the academic year. Ambassadors act as the face of the Faculty at events such as Fall Orientation (Welcome Day) and Open House. One of the main activities of Arts Ambassadors is to volunteer their time to share information about the Faculty of Arts with prospective students and their parents at student recruitment events. Ambassadors engage on topics such as; Majors and degree programs chosen, uniqueness of certain departments and courses, travel-study courses and/or exchange experiences, experiential learning, student groups and student governance participation. Ambassadors also have an opportunity to share their student wisdom through the Ambassador Top-Tips initiative, where Ambassadors share their thoughts on a timely topic on Arts Social Media channels and Arts digital screens.
Student Ambassador Activities
Activities include but are not limited to:
Benefits of Being an Ambassador
As an Arts Ambassador, you will gain valuable experience in student leadership, mentoring, event management and facilitation, public speaking, networking and being part of a team. You may also receive Co-Curricular Record recognition if 10+ hours are volunteered and worked as an Arts Ambassador. An official letter from the Associate Dean of Arts will be sent as a thank you at the end of each academic year that can be added to personal resumes and CVs. The Arts Ambassador position is also a great opportunity to make new friends, connect with faculty and staff and have fun while you are representing your Faculty.
To be eligible to apply to be an Arts Student Ambassador, you must:
Applying and Contact
To apply, contact Arts Communications at the below email address. An in-person interview with Arts Communications staff is required.
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