YSU Student Ambassadors
The YSU Student Ambassador Program is a select group of current students who represent the University at outreach events for admissions, university advancement, the university clinic, and other important functions. The Ambassadors are as the face of Yo San, capable of representing the University to the public, prospective students and donors, and our alumni.
Lana Johnson, Chair
Ambassador Program Overview
Student Ambassadors are selected from an applicant pool annually by an advisory committee comprised of YSU faculty, staff, and the Ambassador Chair. Ambassadors will elect a Chair yearly to serve as the organizing member and liaison with the Board of Advisors.
The Ambassador position is a year-long commitment of 3-4 hours of service per month during the academic school year. Ambassadors will be asked to volunteer at events for Enrollment, Alumni, donors, and many other types of functions where we would like a representation of YSU students. As the Ambassador program is volunteer based, all events are optional unless otherwise noted.
Board of Advisors
The organization consists of a board of advisors consisting of the Director of Enrollment Management, the Vice President of University Advancement and Student Affairs, the Financial Aid Coordinator, a Faculty representative, and the Dean of the Doctoral Program. The Director of Enrollment shall chair the Board of Advisors.
Members of the organization shall annually be selected to a term of one year, and its membership shall not exceed 15 (fifteen).
Application and Selection Process
All YSU Masters level students who are in good standing and will have successfully completed one full year (three trimesters) at YSU upon commencement of their initial term as a student ambassador may apply.