Scholar Development Ambassadors
Interested students complete an online application in the spring semester. Candidates should demonstrate strong communication skills and knowledge of the University and the Scholar Development programs in which they have participated. Candidates should be positive in their attitude about the Office of Scholar Development and Undergraduate Research, OSU, and university events. This is an unpaid, volunteer position.
Expectations and Responsibilities
- Act as responsible and exemplary representatives of the Office of Scholar Development and Undergraduate Research.
- Attend training session.
- Provide recruitment support with prospective students interested in scholar development, travel programs, and/or undergraduate research at OSU.
- Attend and assist with University and Scholar Development events, such as Orange Friday, Saturday Campus Tours, Scholars’ Day, Welcome Week, Scholar Recognition receptions, and Undergraduate Research Symposium as requested.
- Provide one-on-one communications with Admissions meetings and other recruitment activities as assigned.
- Possess effective leadership and communication skills.
- Demonstrate commitment to honor the integrity of OSU, the Office of Scholar Development, and the Ambassador program.
Meet our Scholar Development Ambassadors
Sage Becker, Senior in Animal Science; Minor in Biochemistry
Kaylea Bixler, Junior in Microbiology/Cell & Molecular Biology; Minor in Philosophy
Taryn Blackstock, Junior in Applied Exercise Science: Strength and Conditioning
Adrienne Blakey, Junior in Plant and Soil Science; Agricultural Communications
Kassidy Bliss, Junior in Agribusiness; Minor in Finance
Dawson Haworth, Sophomore in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Braden Kellogg, Junior in Civil Engineering
M Jackson Moore, Sophomore in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering; Minor in Entrepreneurship
Hadley Reuter, Junior in Management Information Systems; Statistics; Minor in Spanish
Jessica Shipman, Junior in Physics
Nicole Stevens, Junior in Animal Science; Agriculture Education
Luke Stevenson, Sophomore in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering