About the Program
The Student Ambassador Program provides opportunities for Imperial Valley College students interested in developing their leadership effectiveness while building stronger connections between IVC, future students, and the community at large.
IVC's Leadership Ambassadors will be trained in The Student Leadership Challenge, a proven leadership training that has over 35 years of data and development behind it. Student Ambassadors will be required to attend one hour of training a week, which will include self-evaluation, peer to peer interaction, guest speakers and leadership theory discussions. It will be educational, soul searching and, most of all, FUN!!
Who are Student Ambassadors?
Student Ambassadors are current Imperial Valley College students who help the College with a variety of events on campus and in the community.
What do Student Ambassadors do?
IVC's Student Ambassadors assist and volunteer with the College's development events and enhance the welcoming of new students to the Imperial Valley College community. Additionally, Student Ambassadors will serve as the face of IVC at a number of community relation events.
How can I become a Student Ambassador?
Applications are accepted to the program in late Spring, however, the Student Ambassador team is formed for each academic year (Annually).
To apply, download the documents below and turn in the Student Ambassador Application online by the annual deadline of: June 30th (Applications submitted after this date will be considered for the following academic year).
The IVC Foundation Office
380 E. Aten Road (William J. Thornburg Building #10)
Imperial, CA 92251
(760) 355-6411 - firstname.lastname@example.org