Paul D. Camp Student Ambassadors namedPublished 7:54pm Saturday, June 22, 2013
Paul D. Camp Community College has announced its 2013-2014 Presidential Student Ambassadors.
The following have been selected to serve: Samson Stratton, Pamela Reid, Symone Stewart and Angelita Bease, all of Suffolk; Zebulon Hardin of Smithfield; Jacob Bradshaw of Carrsville; Anthony Holloway and Madalyn Kimlick, both of Franklin; Ashley Giorgi of Boykins; Amber Ballance of Zuni; Brandelyn Clary of Sedley; and Carlie Clark of Drewryville.
“It’s truly an honor to be selected for this auspicious group. These students should be very proud of this distinction,” said Felicia Blow, vice president of institutional advancement.
The Presidential Student Ambassador Program is designed to support the president and the Office of Institutional Advancement in the of Paul D. Camp Community College.
The Student Ambassador team consists of a small group of students who volunteer to serve as student representatives of the college before a variety of important constituent groups. Student Ambassadors are enthusiastic individuals who enjoy meeting new people. They are interested in enhancing the reputation of the college.
Responsibilities of Presidential Student Ambassadors are varied. Students from this group may be invited to attend social functions, provide tours with visiting dignitaries, meet with legislators and speak about student life to varied audiences.
Other responsibilities include participation in presidential meetings, commencement, fall faculty in-service, donor meetings and the General Assembly session in Richmond.