The Student Support Services Ambassadors Program is designed to provide students enrolled in Student Support Services the opportunity to develop leadership skills and a better understanding of the role of Student Support Services on the campus of Fayetteville State University. Ambassadors are public figures who advocate for Student Support Services. Ambassadors are student leaders who serve as a liaison and spokesperson for Student Support Services. The program is open to all students enrolled in Student Support Services at Fayetteville State University.
As public figures, Student Ambassadors serve as extraordinary representatives of Student Support Services, the University, to fellow students, and visits by distinguished guests; Ambassadors thereby promote the image of Student Support Services to the larger community. Ambassadors will have the opportunity to gain professional work experience, leadership training, professional development, and mentoring from Student Support Services leadership.
Student Support Services will provide Ambassadors with:
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities needed to become an Ambassador:
SSS Ambassadors making holiday decorations for less fortunate families during the "Give the Gift of Service" SSS workshop.
For more information about SSS Ambassadors, contact Ms. Cheryl Adams at firstname.lastname@example.org or (910) 672-1866.