Become an ABPA Student Ambassador

A Student Ambassador promotes the values and mission of ABPA to university students within their specific university. An ambassador serves as an ABPA representative and acts as a reference point for students interested in learning, engaging, and joining ABPA.

About the Program

Program Overview 

A Student Ambassador for ABPA promotes ABPA’s mission and values on his or her college campus. The Ambassador serves as a representative for ABPA and acts as a reference point for fellow students and career service officials who are interested in learning about ABPA’s Internship Placement Program. ABPA has only one Student Ambassador on a college campus for each academic year, so this position is very important!


Description

In addition to representing ABPA at campus events and acting as a point of contact for interested students, Student Ambassadors also engage in classroom visits. At each visit and event, an ambassador should highlight:

  • ABPA’s mission
  • How the ABPA Internship Placement Program works
  • The application process and eligibility requirements for the program
  • Potential placement options & ABPA’s high-profile partners!

Following each classroom visit and event, a brief document should be submitted providing a summary and citing the date, time, and location. Any notable organizations or students who indicated interest must also be mentioned in the document.


Eligibility

In order to be considered as a Student Ambassador, you must meet the following criteria.

  1. Be enrolled in a degree-seeking program at an accredited institution
  2. Possess a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
  3. Must be 18 years of age or older
  4. Have authorization or eligibility to work in the United States
  5. Have experience with social media (Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, & LinkedIn)
  6. Have effective communication skills

As a Student Ambassador, you gain exclusive access to the following:

Internships & Networking

Automatically gain placement priority in the Internship Placement Program and invitations to exclusive events.

Resume Building & Service Hours

List ABPA as valuable experience on your resume and use the hours as service for school or other programs.

Letters of Recommendation

ABPA offers to write letters of recommendation for scholarships, internships, educations programs, jobs, and more!

Free ABPA T-Shirt

We'll mail you an exclusive, free ABPA t-shirt. You can wear this on campus to promote ABPA, at events, or more!

Student Ambassador of the Month

Get nominated and selected as the honored Student Ambassador of the Month. You'll be featured on our blog and social media.

Your Voices are Heard

Share your ideas with us! Whether it's outreach or promotional ideas, our Ambassadors have the opportunity to be creative.

Ways You Can Support ABPA's Mission

ABPA is seeking volunteers to offer their expertise in a variety of ways. Ways you can volunteer with ABPA include becoming a Student Ambassador by representing ABPA on your campus; nominating yourself to serve on one of ABPA's committees or professional panel; donating your time and labor at one of our networking events; or becoming a booster.

For more information or questions, contact us at info@abpadc.org. To volunteer with ABPA, click the button on the right.