Peace Corps Campus Ambassadors serve as peer-to-peer outreach experts on undergraduate university campuses nationwide. Working closely with Peace Corps Recruiters, Campus Ambassadors use their campus connections to spread the word about Peace Corps. The Peace Corps supports each Campus Ambassador’s professional growth through individualized mentorship with a Peace Corps Recruiter, opportunities for active involvement in the national Campus Ambassadors community, and a letter of recommendation that the Peace Corps Recruiter may write for the Campus Ambassador upon their successful completion of the program.
For organizational and leadership opportunities on campus, including within the Honors College
The Outreach Committee is looking for new members who want to make a positive and lasting change in the Honors College. If you are interested, fill out this Google Form and contact Aliece Hurley (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Andrea Kimpson (email@example.com) for more information!
The Outreach Committee…
- Works with administration on recruitment and retention processes
- Has the opportunity to be part of a new and innovative committee with a direct impact
- Builds communities within the Honors College
- Series on Race
- Revising the Charleston Fellows Interview Weekend review process to mitigate bias
- Developing Honors affinity groups
- Process for existing students to join the Charleston Fellows Program
The College has worked to compile a website for the many activities and resources related to Critical Conversations surrounding diversity and inclusion that are taking place across the College and beyond. The purpose of this website is the amplify and promote the great work of students, faculty, and staff at CofC.
Some of the resources featured on the website (https://inclusion.cofc.edu/) include upcoming talks and seminars as well as information on DiversityEDU, the diversity learning platform adopted by CofC.