Northeastern University’s Honors Program is dedicated to recruiting a stellar group of students to the Honors community and the University as a whole. Honors Ambassadors began in the fall of 2009. Being an Honors Ambassador is a way to share your enthusiasm for the Honors Program while acting as a representative of the program in a number of ongoing events including recruitment.
What do Honors Ambassadors do?
This is a unique opportunity to participate in recruitment events and activities. Some of the responsibilities include:
- Attend Monthly Planning Meetings
- Participate in recruitment events as requested and serve on Open House and Welcome Day panels representing the Honors Program (approximately 3-4 per semester usually held on weekends)
- Assist with Honors Welcome Week and Honors Evening
- Opportunity to create new programs and events
What are the qualifications of an Honors Ambassador?
- Must be a second semester first-year student or upper-class student, students on co-op are eligible
- Students applying should possess the following qualities: outgoing, friendly, comfortable speaking in front of of large groups, able to represent the Honors Program positively, and capable of answering a range of questions about the Honors Program and the university-at-large.
Applications are now being solicited for Fall 2013. Students interested in becoming Honors Ambassadors must submit their application by March 15, 2013. If you have any questions, please contact Justin Silvestri (email@example.com).