Since 2010, Student Ambassadors have been selected by the President’s Office to serve as special representatives of the Institute.
This program has recently been formalized by a constitution written by Ambassadors Nick Karas and Sean Noyes. The constitution, which notes that the purpose of the program is to “represent The Institute of World Politics with the utmost respect for the Institution which we serve, the community at large, and ourselves,” also outlines qualities required in a student who wishes to participate in the program, the program’s officers, and its elections.
“Being part of the remarkable growth and transformation of the ambassador program this past year has been a great experience,” comments Nick, who is graduating this May. “In addition to creating by laws and rules of conduct, we held our first phonathon to say thank you to friends of the Institute, and became a family along the way. I look forward to seeing what the future holds for the ambassador program.”
This year, among other activities, Student Ambassadors shared their experiences with prospective students and volunteered at the Chancellor’s Dinner and other special events. The group recently celebrated the end of another year of service to the school.