CFANS Student Ambassadors
Who are the CFANS Ambassadors and what do they do?
- Give campus tours to prospective students and families
- Prospective student outreach and follow-up
- Student panel participation
- Meet with alumni and donors
- Engage with CFANS community at various special events
- Community outreach throughout the Twin Cities
What are the benefits of being a CFANS Ambassador?
There are many! You'll have fun and make friendships with other enthusiastic CFANS students. You'll have a positive impact on students considering the U of M and alumni and donors in the CFANS community. You'll develop leadership skills, public speaking skills, and a volunteer experience that's valuable for your resume. You'll also grow a strong network within the CFANS, University, and Minnesota communities.
What is the time commitment?
Your involvement is an annual commitment that takes place during fall and spring semesters. There will be an opportunity for renewal in the group each year. The time commitment is about 8–10 hours per month, plus special events. Mandatory meetings are held once each month during the academic year.
How do I learn more? How do I join?
CFANS Freshman Admissions Counselor
198 Coffey Hall
Joseph Ballard II
CFANS Coordinator for Diversity Retention and Recruitment
190 Coffey Hall
CFANS Alumni & Constituent Engagement Coordinator
190 Coffey Hall
CFANS Ambassadors occasionally host info sessions or have info tables at U of M resource fairs. Applications to join are typically accepted each spring semester and are announced in the CFANS Student News.
You can also check out the CFANS Ambassadors on Facebook.