Northeastern University Student Presidential Ambassador Corps Program

The Northeastern University Student Presidential Ambassador Corps program is a newly established opportunity for   Northeastern students to assist with the execution of special university functions and represent Northeastern at events both on campus, at the home of President Aoun, and elsewhere. Ambassadors may also assist with visits to campus by international dignitaries and other VIPs. Students gain experience and training in event management while earning a competitive hourly wage.


Ambassadors will be drawn from all colleges and academic disciplines. The size of the Ambassador Corps will begin with 12 students. Preference will be given to second-, third- and fourth-year students.  Ambassadors may be called upon to represent the university at social functions both on and off campus, and to serve as VIP handlers, special event facilitators and greeters or ushers.


Ambassadors are expected to have great enthusiasm for Northeastern and the student experience, to attend scheduled meetings for training and instruction, and to conduct themselves with high standards of personal integrity and decorum. Candidates for the program must complete an application and describe why he or she is best suited for the position. Please identify any special interests, language abilities or related experience that would make you a particularly effective member of the Corps.


Click here to download the application.


Applications will be accepted from now until February 28, 2013. Finalists will be notified on March 15, and must be available for interviews in late March.


All applications should be submitted to Emily Hardman at e.hardman@neu.edu.