Established fall 2009, Intercultural Ambassadors are Agnes Scott students who strive to empower the Agnes Scott community as social justice advocates. By facilitating regular dialogues, trainings and programs within safe, open forums Intercultural Ambassadors educate their peers on multicultural competencies and promote awareness with the goal to cultivate respect, understanding and inclusivity.
What you learn as an Intercultural Ambassador:
Demonstrated commitment to intercultural engagement: Applicants should be able to demonstrate their engagement in intercultural issues through things like coursework, volunteering, work and/or internship experience, activism, and/or extracurricular involvement.
Interpersonal skills: Applicants should have good communication and leadership skills, which should be demonstrated through the interview process, the submission of a resume, and the submission of a recommendation form.
Be an Agnes Scott Sophomore, Junior or Senior during the fall of 2012: Also, applicants must be in good academic and disciplinary standing with the College. All students applying for this position should currently have and maintain a minimum of a 2.5 grade point average (GPA).