Career Ambassadors

Career Ambassadors are eager to share their knowledge and expertise with other students!

Request a program/workshop for your student group, or attend the Professional LAUNCH Series.

During the Spring 2016 semester, our Ambassadors presented to over 690 students at 60 different events, including residence hall programs, sorority and fraternity chapter meetings, classes, and other campus programs. Presentation topics included resume writing, career fair prep, interviewing skills, ePACK, and CDC services.  CDC Ambassadors also represent the office at career and information fairs around campus throughout the school year! Do you know someone who would be a good Career Ambassador? Or are interested in becoming a Career Ambassador?

Wonder why being an Ambassador is so special? Hear advice from some of our Ambassador Alumni.

2016 – 2017 CDC Ambassadors:

Brian Gentry Chemical and Biomedical Engineering
Cecily Sonner Business Management
Christine Norton Electrical Engineering
Claire Steffen Mathematics
Darian Boyd Exploratory Studies
D’Nealson Bain Chemical Engineering
Emily Zucker Mathematics and Statistics
Emma Moore Industrial Engin. & English Lang.
Fatoumatta Fatajo Electrical and Computer Engineering
Joceline Kingston Liriano Accounting
Joshua Hant Electricial & Computer Engineering
Juliana Conklin Business Administration – Marketing
Kelly Crabtree English
Makayla Miller Undecided
Margaret Avis Mathematics
Musaab Alamoudi Industrial Engineering
Neal Hairston Mathematics
Prem Shah Mathematics and Statistics
Ranin Kanbeja Engineering
Safiatou Soumana Inter. Studies/Business Admin/Marketing
Savannah Russell Communication
Talia Bender Human Biology
William “Ford” Nelson Undecided
William Hoffmann Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Zachary Hancock Accounting/ Spanish
Abroad, Coop, or Internship
Chris Kelly Industrial Engineering
Kelly Daigle Fashion and Textiles
Megan Angevine International Studies – Global Relations
Taylor Bunton Communication – Public Relations
Tram Nguyen Business Administration

Role of Career Ambassadors

  • Present programs in residence halls, as well as clubs & organizations
  • Facilitate Professional LAUNCH Series Workshops
  • Represent the CDC at events and career fairs
  • Train students on using ePACK

Questions?
Contact Benjamin Dictus, Career Ambassador Coordinator — bjdictus@ncsu.edu