A Cornell Ambassador...
- Shares the current university message at a Cornell volunteer event or meeting at least once during the fiscal year
Effective ambassadors are
- Informed representatives
- Enthusiastic advocates
- Empowered to share information
- Trained in their role
- Recognized for their efforts
- Conveyors of appropriate questions to appropriate university offices
Conveyors of feedback for continuing and improving alumni affairs programs
- Legal representatives of Cornell
- Authorized to make commitments on behalf of Cornell
- Creators of information about Cornell
Cornell Ambassadors are not
Step 1: Training
View the Ambassador Training on how to be an ambassador for Cornell.
Step 2: Name Tag and Bio
Complete the Name Tag and Bio Request to receive your permanent Cornell University Council name tag. The bio information is used to introduce you when you appear at a Cornell volunteer event or meeting to share the university message. Note: If you already have a Cornell University Council name tag, you do not have to complete another request.
Step 3: Share the MessageShare the University Message
Locate an opportunity, request a role, review the university message, and complete an evaluation.
Resources that support the role of a university ambassador.