Who are Presidential Ambassadors?

Presidential Ambassadors are students who best represent the Berry College student community. They are selected through a highly competitive nomination, application and interview process and they participate in extensive training once selected. Presidential Ambassadors are qualified to give campus tours to a variety of college guests and also assist with activities associated with many different departments, such as the offices of the President, Advancement, Admissions and Alumni Relations. In addition to serving as tour guides, Presidential Ambassadors typically serve as assistants for the Gloria Shatto Lecture Series, commencement ushers, greeters for Board of Trustees and Board of Visitors events, hosts for prospective students and much more.

Why should you consider being an Ambassador?

Presidential Ambassadors gain work experience and networking opportunities during campus events. They also have ample opportunity to be the face of Berry, and oftentimes are the first point of contact for many prospective students. Upon graduation, Presidential Ambassadors receive a letter of recommendation from President Briggs.