Student Ambassador Leadership Program

PCC Student Ambassador Program Brochure

PCC Student Ambassador Application

Each year, the PCC Student Ambassador Program educates and empowers 10-12 dedicated students for success by providing them with opportunities to develop social, organizational, and leadership skills through service to the college and PCC Foundation. Ambassador duties include leading visitors on campus tours, representing the college and foundation during official functions, and participating in community service activities.

Students accepted into the program participate in extensive leadership training and receive scholarships equivalent to the current rate of in-state community college tuition and fees. They are also provided attire distinguishing them as official PCC representatives.

PCC Student Ambassadors must maintain full-time enrollment status (unless otherwise directed by the program of study or academic advisor) and complete at least 3-5 hours of assigned service each week. They must also make scholarship service requirements/activities their top priority. No exceptions will be made to accommodate work/personal commitments.

Leadership Training Highlights

  • Team-Building Activities
  • Servant Leadership
  • Dress for Success Tips
  • Etiquette Luncheon
  • Weekly Service Hours Assignment
  • Ambassador Officer Duties and Training
  • Roundtable Discussion with PCC President’s Leadership Team
  • Campus Tour Instruction

Qualifications

Students interested in participating in the PCC Student Ambassador Program must complete and submit an application. The program seeks individuals who are motivated, professional in appearance, and committed to Pitt Community College's success.

Students who have demonstrated academic excellence (3.2 unweighted GPA or better at PCC, in high school or other colleges attended), community service/student club participation, and strong oral/written communication skills are encouraged to apply. Applicants are also evaluated on their knowledge of PCC and the community, ability to make a positive impression, scheduling flexibility, access to transportation, and initiative.

Finalists will be determined through an interview process and notified of the results.

Advisors

Jennifer Vogt Portrait

Jennifer Vogt
Lead Advisor
Email: jhvogt453@my.pittcc.edu
Phone: (252) 493-7496
Office: Eddie & Jo Allison Smith Center for Student Advancement, Room 211-C

John Carrere

John Carrere
Office of Recruitment Director
Email: jccarrere951@my.pittcc.edu
Phone: (252) 493-7380
Office: Craig F. Goess Student Center, Room 106

Sherri Joyner
Criminal Justice Department Chair
Email: skjoyner129@my.pittcc.edu
Phone: (252) 493-7534
Office: Charles E. Russell Building, Room 224