Student Ambassador Program

Through the Student Ambassador Program, GLAM students are afforded the opportunity to have early engagement with company representatives prior to corporate presentations. This role gives students the advantage of sharing their personal bios with employers and answering any questions regarding the GLAM student experience. Ambassadors serve as points of contact to visitors in order to ensure a quality experience while on campus. By volunteering as a Student Ambassador, you have the potential to advance your candidacy for future opportunities while representing the NC State Brand.

 

If you are interested in serving as a Student Ambassador, please register via GradLeader for corporate presentations at least one month prior to the event. Be among the first to respond to the email confirming your event registration. The first 2 students to respond to specific event confirmations will be selected for that Student Ambassador role. 

 

Testimonials

“The Ambassador program incentivized me to research companies and the recruiters we engage with through the program. Having access to even ten minutes of an industry professional’s time while being a student ambassador could open up doors and opportunities that may not have presented themselves otherwise. Expressing true interest in a company is something that stands out to employers. For myself, this happened when I was the student ambassador for our contact at Ralph Lauren. Our conversation led to an email exchange, which was a first step into my new career at Ralph Lauren today! I don't believe I would have gained this industry contact without the ambassador program. “

 

Stephanie Defrancesco, GLM 2016

“Serving as an ambassador provided me with access to a variety of executives on a much more personal level than before. Because of this program, I was able to connect with company recruiters from different industries. I am fortunate enough to have developed a professional relationship with them, and happy to say we still keep in touch to this day.”


Kaitie Paredes, GLM 2016

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