College of Engineering Ambassador Program
The College of Engineering (COE) Ambassadors is a student-led group of committed students who are devoted to excellence and promotion of the engineering and computer science programs. Their primary responsibility is to serve as recruiters for the College of Engineering.
Students who serve, as ambassadors are able to demonstrate leadership skills by serving on planning committees and interfacing with COE faculty, staff, corporate partners, alumni, and parents. The COE Ambassadors serve as the student liaison between the faculty and students in the COE.
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