Student ambassadors at Snow College have a big influence around campus, but sometimes aren’t recognized by students for all the work they do.
The term ambassador is defined as someone who represents a certain thing or activity. Snow College’s ambassadors represent the college and the student body. They take on leadership roles to help students see Snow College as an option for education.
In the Snow College Ambassador Scholarship Application it states, “Our goal as student leaders is to ‘Make a Difference’ in ourselves, other students, the college, the community, and our country.”
They also help with activities around campus and are in charge of Snow Blasts. Mckenzie Johnson, student and ambassador at Snow College, explains, “For Snow Blasts, high school students will come from all over Utah to experience life as Snow College students. We take them on a campus tour and they get to come to a whole bunch of Snow College activities that are going on on campus. They also get meals, stay at our apartments, and get to see what college life is like.”
Ambassadors do many other things as well. Chersty Ivins, also an ambassador and student at Snow College, comments, “As ambassadors we go to high schools and talk with students in order to get them to come to Snow. Our main focus is to recruit them. We also help in the Admissions Office. We help students apply here, give tours, help the SBAs, and interview for future ambassadors.”
Callie Johnson, a student at Snow College, remarks, “Snow College has a great group of student leaders. The Ambassadors do a great job and we should all appreciate what they do. They’re one of the main reasons that Snow College is so successful.”