CCEC Student Ambassadors

 

 

The CCEC Ambassador Program provides College of Computing, Engineering, and Construction students with the opportunity to assist with programs presented by the CCEC Outreach and Recruitment Staff. CCEC Ambassadors are outgoing, connected and ambitious students who have a desire to promote and support the College of Computing, Engineering, and Construction. The Outreach and Recruitment staff selects CCEC Ambassadors twice per year, at the end of the fall semester and the end of the spring semester. CCEC Ambassadors are the student representatives for the College of Computing, Engineering, and Construction. Their key responsibilities are to promote CCEC’s services and events to their peers and to assist with the coordination of events including workshops, career fairs, open houses, graduation receptions and other special events put on by the Dean’s office. As a result, CCEC Ambassadors will have an opportunity to learn about the operation of the Schools of Computing, Engineering, and Construction while networking with faculty, staff, alumni and employers. Becoming a CCEC Ambassador is a great way to develop your professional network, learn about the Jacksonville job market and enhance the community service/volunteerism section of your resume.

 

 

Fall 2017 Application Open March 2017