The College of Business Ambassadors work as a team to foster continual improvement of the College of Business Administration (CBA) through representation, recruitment, service, and facilitation; Business Ambassadors also maintain open communication with students and faculty/staff and help new students transition to K-State and the CBA.
Summary of the Business Ambassador Organization
K-State Business Ambassadors are essential in two key areas:
- First, Business Ambassadors are a select group of current business students who serve as an important representative of the College of Business Administration and K-State at on and off-campus events (recruiting and non-recruitment), interacting with prospective students and their families.
- Second, Business Ambassadors are matched with new-to-K-State students to serve as their peer mentor and a resource during their first semester in the College of Business Administration.
We are no longer recruiting Business Ambassadors for the 2018-19 academic year. If you have interest in serving as a Business Ambassador, please check back in February 2019 for application and information.
Business Ambassador Selection Criteria and Duties
Qualifications and Selection Criteria:
In order to be selected, you must have a 3.0 or higher GPA, be enrolled in a degree program in the College of Business Administration with at least 12 credit hours per semester, and have completed GENBA 110. Students currently enrolled in GENBA 110 may apply.
Strong candidates will:
- Be able to speak to their experiences in the CBA and K-State in general
- Be well-rounded and a positive role model to prospective and new students
- Have strong public speaking skills
- Be able to lead a small group and work one-on-one with new students
- Have the ability to positively present the attributes of the CBA and K-State
- Demonstrate ability to interact with racially and ethnically diverse groups
- Demonstrate leadership skills, initiative, dependability, open-mindedness, and self-confidence
- Have the ability to work well with others in a team environment
- Have efficient time management skills and the ability to adapt to change
Summary of Duties:
Duties include, but are not limited to:
- Giving tours of the College of Business building
- Participating on student panels for on-campus events
- Assisting at off-campus recruitment events
- Serving current students at CBA functions
- Serving as a peer mentor to a group of new students starting with initiating contact over the summer and maintaining contact throughout the semester
- Attending new student events with mentee group