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A Council 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

  • Councill Ambassadors are not

  • Legal representatives of Cornell
  • Authorized to make commitments on behalf of Cornell
  • Creators of information about Cornell

Step 1: Enroll

    View information on how to be an ambassador for Cornell and use the link at the end of the document
    to enroll.

    Step 2: Name Tag

    Complete the Name Tag Request to receive your permanent Cornell University Council name tag. Note: If you already have a Cornell University Council name tag, you do not have to complete another request.

    Step 3: Share the Message

    Share the University Message
    Locate an opportunity, request a role, review the university message, and complete an evaluation.

Ambassador Toolkit

    Resources that support the role of a university ambassador.