We’re looking for a few good engineers
By Adrienne Crivaro
You too can be a Penn State Engineering Ambassador! Applications are due Monday, March 24.
The Engineering Ambassadors is a professional development program with an outreach mission. Ambassadors represent the college through tours, presentations, and outreach activities to middle and high schools.
It is the goal of the Engineering Ambassadors to communicate the awesome possibilities in the engineering field to everyone that we meet. Ambassadors receive advanced communications and leadership training and an exceptional variety of experiences that are both fun and rewarding.
Importantly, being an Engineering Ambassador is a fabulous professional development opportunity that will have a positive impact on your future at Penn State. Learn more about us on our website: www.engr.psu.edu/ambassadors.
The Engineering Ambassador program has several excellent industry partners including United Technologies Corporation, Rockwell Automation, Phillips 66, John Deere, Volvo and Chevrolet. These companies are looking to recruit students just like you from the Engineering Ambassadors program, so you can receive great networking and career opportunities through involvement in the Engineering Ambassadors.
Applying to be an Engineering Ambassador is a competitive application process. Application details can be found here: http://www.engr.psu.edu/ambassadors/apply.html. To apply, you must complete CAS100 (any version) by the start of the fall 2014 semester and have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above.
Any questions can be directed to Melissa Marshall, director of the Penn State Engineering Ambassadors at email@example.com.
Adrienne Crivaro (’12 ME) is a member of the Engineering Ambassadors and a mechanical engineering graduate student.