People to People Student Ambassador Program

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  • Personal Narrative: Brighty Of The Grand Canyon

    I realized how many stories that canyon must contain, not just Brighty’s, which was tragically fictional, but the stories of Native people, and the first European explorers, and all the cowboys of the wild west. It was in that moment I realized I wanted to know these stories, that I wanted to learn all about history. A passion just beginning to form that would ultimately become the focus of my academic career. A connection between stories and experiences. It was the moment I realized much later in my life would become the answer to a question I would have to answer many times during my high school career; why did you choose to study…

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  • Free College Admissions Essays: My Experience As A Student

    home, until I visited Emmanuel. The campus was beautiful and the food was actually good. But, what really sold me was talking with the student ambassadors. Their knowledge and honesty helped relieve the anxiety I felt about my college search and they allowed me see the possibility of a wonderful future here at Emmanuel. I am interested in being a student ambassador because I want to aid those students who are struggling in the same situation that I was a year ago, just like the students I met…

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  • Student Ambassadors

    Challenges Managing a student ambassador program requires time, energy and human capital, which can make the program appear challenging (Ruderman & Niparko, 2010). This includes involvement by the institution, faculty and the student body. The timelines of programming peer support presents a challenge as it is beneficial to always have ambassadors available to the student body (Brady et al., 2014). The workload of the program, which could end up falling on the supervisor, is another challenge…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Becoming A Student Ambassador

    “Look at her face. It’s so red!” Students were laughing and mocking me whenever I stood in front of them to do presentations. I admit that I used to become extremely shy whenever people stared at me. I was afraid of being judged by others when I did something wrong. So, I never thought that I could be a public figure and be the one in charge of dealing with people in a public setting before becoming a student ambassador. For me to overcome my insecurities, I read many articles and books about…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Career As A Resident Assistant

    Encountering a mixture of individuals with different sets of personalities and beliefs, allowed me to appreciate the culture and diversity the housing provides in order to cultivate the young minds of the future generation. The Resident Assistant position offers an exceptional opportunity to provide a direct impact to the students. In that manner, they serve as the role models and leaders of their floor. They deliver the value and culture of what the university has to offer.…

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  • 4-H. Ambassador Program Analysis

    come from moments when I can serve others, not from serving myself. Because of this, my true passion in life is doing what I can for whomever I can, and what better place to pursue this passion than in the 4-H Ambassador program. 4-H has made a major impact on my life. I do not believe I would be where I am today if it was not for the opportunities presented to me in programs sponsored by 4-H. My first experiences started when I was very young entering crafts and art and photos into the 4-H…

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  • Reflective Essay For College

    “I have to go here, dad. I just have to,” I told my father during our first tour of Colorado Mesa University’s campus. “I already feel like a Maverick,” I admitted as I straightened out my new CMU ball cap from the campus bookstore. It was a strange feeling knowing that I would no longer be Lakeland High School’s most spirited student, but there was excitement in knowing that I would soon show my pride for Colorado Mesa. Images of my blue and white spirit wear quickly changed to be maroon and…

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  • The Importance Of Race In Schools

    Throughout my high school career, I have participated in a number of activities that focused on benefiting the students and community around me. Each activity provided a unique experience that I still carry with me and learn from to this day. As a Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN) representative, I have traveled to Massachusetts to discuss racial issues in America with hundreds of other MSAN students across the country. Our goal was to come up with solutions to resolve some of the…

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  • Group Counseling Reflective Report

    Prior to starting my program in educational counseling, I strongly believed that I wanted to work in a four year setting. However, when I took ‘Group Counseling’ and met Dr. Mosqueda, she slowly convinced me to seek out the community colleges. As the class progressed, she mentioned the opportunity of doing hours at El Camino College, in particular the First Year Experience (FYE) program, so I decided to take the offer. This preface is important because it gives a glimpse into my constant…

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  • Scarlet Ambassador Essay Application

    Why are you interested in joining the Scarlet Ambassador team? I am interested in joining the Scarlet Ambassador team to share my love for Rutgers with prospective students. I know of the resources and opportunities that I have received since attending Rutgers and am truly proud of my university. It is my hope that by sharing my successes, failures, and experiences with prospective students that I will help them make a decision on a college that will positively impact me in the way that…

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