NCC selects new student ambassadors


From left, NCC President Dr. Bill Carver and Vice President of Institutional Advancement Pam Ballew stand with 2018-19 NCC Student Ambassadors Angie Bennett, Zaniya Caine, Jessica Trueblood, Rica Pender, Landon Quigley, Issa Alzughbi, Jonathan Overton, Kit Shaffer, NCC Coordinator of Alumni Relations Denise Beamer and NCC Foundation Assistant Director Angela Becker.


From Contributed Reports

Saturday, July 7, 2018

Nash Community College recently held orientation to welcome its student ambassadors for the 2018-19 academic year.

Students are selected for the program based on application, letters of recommendation and an interview. They must be enrolled at Nash Community College as a full-time student, maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.0 and demonstrate a commitment to academic and career success.

Each semester, ambassadors complete 20 or more hours of service representing NCC on and off campus. Ambassadors participate in an orientation and leadership training session, serve as host for campus events, conduct campus tours and promote the college at events.

“We are excited to welcome this group of ambassadors as a representation of our campus in the community. The 2018-19 student ambassadors bring a variety of experiences, and impressive energy and skillsets to help lead and support NCC initiatives,” Pam Ballew, NCC Vice President of Institutional Advancement said.