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Career Ambassadors

Our Career Ambassadors Program is an integral part of the services we provide in the Career Development Center. Career Ambassadors play a vital role in educating and serving their peers across campus by providing workshops for groups ranging from 5 to 200+ students. 

Presentation topics include resume and cover letter writing, LinkedIn/networking, career fair prep, interviewing skills, ePACK help, general career readiness and major exploration, and overviews of the Career Development Center services.

You can find Career Ambassadors every Wednesday between 2-4 p.m. in Talley at their Career Corner ready to answer your questions!

Role of Career Ambassadors

  • Present programs in residence halls, as well as clubs & organizations
  • Represent the Career Development Center at events and career fairs
  • Train students on using ePACK
  • Lead the university’s annual career conference, CareerCON
  • Mentor students on developing the NACE Career Readiness Competencies

Become a Career Ambassador

Learn more about the Career Ambassador program and develop a competitive application by attending one of our Program Interest & Application Workshops:

– Tuesday, September 26 at 6-7:30pm in Talley Student Union, 3222
– Wednesday, October 11 at 4:30-6pm in Talley Student Union, 3210
– Thursday, October 26 at 3:30-5pm in Talley Student Union, 3222

Ready to apply? Learn more about the role and submit your application by November 1 HERE.” Please apply by filling out the Application Form.


Contact Emily Hoey, Professional Development Coordinator

Request a Career Ambassador to conduct a workshop!

Career Ambassadors

Alexandra Bowman – Biological Sciences
Concentration: Neurobiology

Amber Silver
Communications – Public Relations Concentration

Andre Husbands
Mechanical Engineering

Brett Alberse
Business Administration (Minor – Geology)

Carlin Spence

Emma Leung
Art and Design

Jamie Earley
Biological Sciences and Psychology (Minor – Global Leadership and Team Decision-Making)

Justin Cooper
Geology (Minors – Science Communication and Science, Technology, and Society)

Kaitlyn Bender
Biological Sciences – Concentration: Human Biology (Minor – Coaching Education)

Kristine Huynh
Industrial Engineering

Lily Mullins

Lizzy Gibian –
Business Administration – Concentration: Marketing

Mackenzie Walker
Business Administration

Mia Biehler
Graphic Design

Miracle Holder
Biological Sciences with a Concentration In Human Biology (Minors – Spanish, Nutrition, and African American Studies)

Paige Morrison
Psychology (Minor – Sociology)

Ryan Dexheimer
Business Administration (Minors: Spanish and Economics)

Sadie Carlyle
Communications – Concentration: Public Relations (Minor – Health)

Samantha Tynes
Zoology (Minors – Wildlife Science)

Sienna Stock
Animal Science – Concentration: Industry

Skylar Harrelson
Chemical Engineering and Biochemistry (Minors – Biomanufacturing and Biological Sciences)

Somya Pandey
Computer Science (Minors – Business Administration and English)

Syd Cassels
Sociology (Geology & Anthropology)

Sydney Epps
Chemical Engineering (Minor – Spanish)

Virginia Carter
Fashion and Textile Management – Brand Marketing and Management Concentration

William Gibson
Mechanical Engineering

Zedrique Ahmed