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SCC Names New Student Ambassadors

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Shown above, the 2012-2013 ambassadors include:

First row, left to right:
Sarah Baird Slaven, Strunk, KY
Shelby Dobbs, Monticello, KY
Rebecca Thurman, Science Hill, KY
Tawana Eastridge, Campbellsville, KY
Austin Thurman, Science Hill, KY
Emily Miller, Mt. Vernon, KY
Beth Romines, Somerset, KY
Kayla Jacobs, Manchester, KY
Briana Allen, Monticello, KY
Cheyenne Stargle, Russell Springs, KY
Holly Robinson, London, KY
Rusty Newman, Williamsburg, KY
Wayne Foley, Eubank, KY
Starla Roark, East Bernstadt, KY
Chelsea Sampson, Albany, KY
Danielle Perkins, Somerset, KY

Back row, left to right:
Kelli Edwards, Somerset, KY
Ciara Coots, Somerset, KY
Chelsie Fitzpatrick, Somerset, KY
Brittany McKee, Bronston, KY

Somerset Community College recently named several current students as student ambassadors. SCC Student Ambassadors[BROKEN LINK] serve the college in a public relations capacity and represent the college at campus and community events. In order to be considered as an ambassador, students must hold at least a 3.0 grade point average, have a genuine interest in assisting others, possess a positive attitude and enthusiasm, have excellent interpersonal communication skills, showcase the ability to work effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds, be willing to speak in front of a group of people, be punctual and reliable and be knowledgeable of SCC policies and procedures.

SCC Student Ambassadors are expected to:

  • Educate prospective students, school groups and the general public on the programs, resources and student life at SCC
  • Represent SCC in a responsible, ethical and professional manner
  • Conduct tours for individuals and groups
  • Represent SCC at campus and community events
  • Share first-hand information about their college experience and provide accurate and useful information to new students to assist them in transitioning into college
  • Encourage fellow students to complete their educational goals
  • Work 40 hours each semester
  • Be a good role model

All ambassadors serve one-year terms.

For more information on the SCC Ambassador program, contact Melissa Winstead at (606) 451-6657.