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COE Ambassador Program

COE Ambassador

The UIC College of Engineering Student Ambassador program gives participants the opportunity to serve their school by engaging in a variety of outreach activities.

What is a College of Engineering Student Ambassador? Heading link

Ambassadors are a distinct group of engineering students who volunteer their time, to share their unique UIC College of Engineering experience with prospective students and the community at large. As representatives, student ambassadors will give campus tours, promote programs within engineering, and participate in virtual and in-person enrollment events.

Benefits to Becoming a Student Ambassador: Heading link

By becoming a student ambassador, you will:

  • Enhance your resume – Student Ambassadors get real-life work experience
  • Get hands-on recruiting and marketing experience
  • Obtain leadership skills
  • Develop communication, public speaking, organizational, and problem-solving skills

Student Ambassadors will work directly with the Equity and Inclusion in Engineering Program and UIC’s Admissions department. Students will network and make connections across UIC as well as, earn letters of recommendations.

Requirements: Heading link

Applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Current UIC College of Engineering student
  • Currently enrolled for at least 6 credit hours
  • A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Be able to commit to 30 hours (minimum) per semester for one academic year (Fall-Spring)
  • Possess strong communications and interpersonal skills
  • Be outgoing, motivated, and dependable

Application Process: Heading link

  • Complete the application/interest form
  • Attend a required meeting/interview
  • Student ambassadors will be required to attend training sessions

We are currently accepting applications for Fall 2023! Please click the button below to apply.

Become A COE Ambassador: Apply Now!

For questions or for more information, please contact:

Equity and Inclusion in Engineering Program