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Student Involvement Ambassadors

Student Involvement Ambassadors

The Student Involvement Ambassadors are a team of dedicated students whose primary responsibility is to assist current and incoming students in getting connected to involvement opportunities that best match their interests and goals. They also serve as resources for student organization leaders, facilitating workshops and consultations based on the needs of the organization. The Student Involvement Ambassadors manage outreach on behalf of the Office of Student Involvement, creating and sharing content on social media and assisting with marketing of programs and events. 

Questions? Contact

Schedule a "Get Involved" Consultation

(for students looking to explore involvement opportunities)

Want to get involved, but don't know where to start? Already involved, but need more direction? In this one on one meeting with one of our Ambassadors, you will have the opportunity to learn about involvement at UNC Charlotte, find out what opportunities are available to you, and create a tailored involvement plan based on your goals, values, strengths, and passions!

Email to schedule a consultation!

Schedule a Student Org Officer Consultation

(for officers of registered student organizations)

This is for officers of currently registered student organizations to request a one-on-one consultation meeting with a Student Involvement Ambassador.  Student Involvement Ambassadors are here to help connect you to resources available to student orgs at UNC Charlotte, as well as to help you navigate specific topics for organizational success, including but not limited to membership & retention, conflict management & communication, financial management, and event planning.

Email to schedule a consultation!

Schedule a Presentation

(for course instructors and student org officers)

This is for UNC Charlotte student groups/organizations and/or faculty and staff who are requesting a presentation from a Student Involvement Ambassador.

Email to schedule a presentation!

Social Media Shoutout

Complete this form for registered student organizations to get a spotlight shoutout on the @CLTInvolvement Instagram account:

Amaree Jones
She / Her
Class of 2025
Dede Effon.JPEG
She / Her
Class of 2025
Class of 2025
Class of 2026
Class of 2027
Sharifa Fatao
She / Her
Class of 2025

Recruitment for new Student Involvement Ambassadors will occur after Spring Break 2024. 

Please email with questions.

(Please note that some duties will be adjusted according to how the University is operating during the pandemic)

  • Table across campus and at SOAR, Explore (Admitted Students Day), and other campus events
  • Provide one-on-one consultations to help students match their interests and goals to involvement opportunities across campus
  • Facilitate one-on-one consultations to support student organization leaders in their leadership position.  Provide tailored guidance in areas including, but not limited to, event planning, member recruitment and retention, funding, and marketing
  • Market events, programs, and resources, and highlight student org accomplishments utilizing the office’s social media platforms
  • Assist with the Student Orgs Toolbox Series workshops
  • Present to various audiences about our office and the benefits of getting involved (i.e. First Year Seminar classes)
  • Assist with marketing and implementation of Student Involvement Office events and programs
  • Participate in all team trainings and meetings
  • Involvement in at least one registered student organization or campus leadership experience
  • Be enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student
  • Maintain a minimum of 2.5 GPA
  • Be in good standing with the University
  • Be eligible to work in the United States
  • 5 hours per week on the duties above
  • January 10, 2024 - December 10, 2024 (including summer months)
  • $2,400 for 12-month appointment (January-December)
  • Develop skills that will allow you to grow personally and professionally (i.e. public speaking, event planning, marketing and promotion, communication, problem solving, team work, etc.)
  • Stronger connection to the UNC Charlotte community
  • Increased knowledge of University processes, procedures, history, and opportunities
  • Sense of making a difference by sharing the value of campus involvement
  • Opportunity to participate in professional development opportunities including various trainings, conferences, and network opportunities (i.e. Student Engagement Student Leaders Dinners)