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President's Ambassadors
Communications & College Advancement


The President’s Ambassadors serve on behalf of the Superintendent-President by engaging with members of the campus and external communities, promoting the college to alumni and supporters, and modeling citizenship through service and individual responsibility. The President’s Ambassador Program is committed to student development through leadership training, community service, public engagement, and representation of the College on behalf of the Superintendent-President.  


Program Objectives

  • Facilitate student engagement through leadership development and community service
    opportunities emanating from the President’s Office.
  • Develop student leaders who can effectively represent the College to alumni, visitors, and
    members of the community.
  • Encourage community engagement with students who represent the diversity of LBCC.


Student Learning Objectives

  • Ability to represent the College as an informed spokesperson.
  • Understanding of communication styles and development of communication and networking skills.
  • Ability to collaborate with teams to achieve a common purpose.
  • Develop a mindset of citizenship through responsibly connecting the College to the greater community.


Ambassador Responsibilities

  • Attend bi-weekly meetings
  • Collaborate on a group community service project
  • Represent the Superintendent-President at public events
  • Represent the Superintendent-President to donors, alumni, and special guests
  • Attend and engage with guests at high profile College and Foundation events

Program Benefits

  • Fall and spring scholarship for Ambassadors who remain in good standing
  • Name recognition in the graduation program announcement
  • A certificate of participation and an Ambassador group photo
  • A letter of recommendation from the Superintendent-President


For more information, please contact Miles J. Nevin, Director, Office of the Superintendent-President, at


Apply to Become a President’s Ambassador

Click Here for the application, which is due Friday, May 5 by 3:00 p.m.