Now Selecting: CSLEPS Summer & Fall Ambassadors

Application closes on Friday, April 21st!

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Primary Functions of Position

The Center for Student Leadership, Ethics & Public Service is seeking students interested in the CSLEPS Ambassadors program. We want students who are engaged, passionate, and eager to work with our office to tackle social justice issues and strengthen their interests in leadership and service. Ambassadors will work alongside our CSLEPS interns by facilitating events, participating in service projects, and serving as representatives for the CSLEPS office.

Why Become an Ambassador?:

By becoming a part of the CSLEPS Ambassador Program, participants will gain the following skills and insights:

  • Find a community of passionate, driven, and like-minded individuals
  • Make the most out of your college career in a fun and thriving environment
  • Engage in experiences that will prepare you for future campus opportunities
  • Enhance your personal leadership, organizational, and public speaking skills
  • Make a positive difference on campus alongside a diverse group of student leaders
  • Develop and strengthen your professional network on campus and within the community
  • Be surrounded by student leaders and staff members who invest in your personal and professional growth

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • One office hour per week
  • Attend weekly Ambassador meetings
  • Recruit students to participate in CSLEPS opportunities
  • Contribute to discussions about how to address social justice issues in different contexts
  • Fulfill at least one CSLEPS tabling event per week (brickyard, talley student union, wolf plaza, etc)
  • Gather and collect engaging content (pictures, videos, student testimonials) for CSLEPS Social Media Intern to utilize
  • Serve as support for Leadership Development Series sessions (registration, speaker introduction, gather feedback material)
  • Assist Leaders for Change Interns in the coordination of service-learning projects, cultural initiatives, and leadership trainings
  • Participate in development opportunities (Ambassador Retreat and training, Leadership Development Series, Community Nights)
  • Serve as a professional and enthusiastic representative for the CSLEPS office at presentations, interest meetings, and tabling events
  • Support Leadership Development Series workshops, Habitat for Humanity Build-A-Block initiative, and other major CSLEPS programs

Qualifications

  • Passion for leadership and service
  • Creative, innovative, and openness to learning
  • Must be in good standing with the university
  • Being able to work with a diverse group of student leaders
  • Willingness to have ongoing commitment to CSLEPS activities
  • Must demonstrate high level of personal and professional character
  • Desire to engage in college or university activities outside of coursework
  • Devoted to continuous learning and development of personal leadership skills
  • Demonstrate initiative, responsibility, and the ability to follow-through on commitments

Additional Information:

The Center for Student Leadership, Ethics & Public Service is committed to the continuous growth and develop of students.  Full-time staff will provide intentional opportunities for students to gain experience and growth in the following areas:

  • Civic and community engagement
  • Development of self-efficacy for leadership
  • Organizational planning, communication, and development
  • Awareness and understanding of various leadership styles and approaches
  • Group problem-solving and decision-making through shared leadership and collaboration
  • Leadership skill development, including ethical reasoning and decision-making, oral and written communication skills, critical thinking, goal setting & visioning, motivation, and creativity
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