Give back by becoming an Honors Ambassador

Share your experience as an Honors College student by becoming an Honors Ambassador. Honors Ambassadors provide peer-to-peer recruitment that is essential to recruiting students who are a good fit for the Honors College. Honors Ambassadors share their candid lived experiences as a student in the Honors College by participating in a variety of recruitment events over the course of school year.

In addition to getting to speak with prospective students, Honors Ambassadors receive free Honors College Swag and professional development workshops that are catered to your needs.

Interested? Check out the Honors Ambassador position description below. Once you are ready to apply, the application form can be found here. The deadline is Friday, August 20 by 5pm.

Job Description

Honors Ambassadors – Position Description

Honors Ambassadors provide peer-to-peer recruitment that is essential to recruiting students who are a good fit for the Honors College. Honors Ambassadors share their candid lived experiences as a student in the Honors College and provide a personalized touch to the admissions process. We are excited to welcome you all back to campus this fall as we transition back to a sense of normalcy and hope that you are ready to be involved! 

Qualifications: 

  • Must be a member of the Honors College in good standing 
  • Committed to the values of the Honors College. 

Time commitment: approximately 2-5 hours per month for an academic year (flexible based on your schedule)

Responsibilities: 

  • Lead individual sit-downs with prospective Honors Students (virtual and in-person) 
  • Assist with Honors Information Sessions and participate in student panels
  • Represent the Honors College at different recruitment events
  • Assist with the Honors College Interview Weekend and Honors Experience events
  • Write personalized notes and messages to prospective students
  • Conduct student takeover on Instagram
  • Help manage Class of 2026 GroupMe (engaging with and answering students’ questions)

Requirements to Remain Active: 

  • Help with at least one recruitment event in the Fall (Build Your Own Campus Tour(s)) 
  • Help with at least one recruitment event in the Spring (Interview Weekend, Honors Experience) 
  • Participate in at least two individual meetings with a prospective students (2 per semester) 
  • Assist with at least one info session (virtual or in-person) each semester.  
  • Must attend team meetings throughout the year. 

 Benefits: 

  • Gain public speaking, interpersonal, and recruitment skills
  • Professional development workshops catered to your needs 
  • An opportunity to share with prospective students why you joined CofC Honors
  • Honors College Swag

Any questions and/or concerns you may have should be directed to Aleah James via email at jamesar@cofc.edu

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