Long Beach City College's President's Ambassadors serve as official representatives of Superintendent-President Eloy Ortiz Oakley. Ambassadors represent the best of LBCC and serve as college ambassadors to the campus and community at large.
President's Ambassadors actively promote LBCC programs, attend community events, and interact with students, potential students, visitors, staff and community leaders. President's Ambassadors help create a positive image of LBCC by being examples of successful students and sharing the benefits of a LBCC education. The Ambassadors are part of the Communications Team at LBCC.
President's Ambassadors attend and volunteer at many local schools, college fairs, campus events and community activities in order to share information about Long Beach City College. Each academic year, ambassadors attend special events and meet leaders from the college and from the cities we serve.
- Provide local and county K-12 School presentations
- Attend on-campus events and ceremonies
- Serve as peer advisors to local high schools & community centers
- Attend educational and community fairs
- Provide support for college activities and programs
The Ambassador program helps develop effective public speakers, role models and mentors to students in grade school; and the ability to excel in a teamwork environment with like-minded individuals, plus other substantial benefits.
President's Ambassadors in good standing will also receive:
- Name recognition in the graduation program announcement
- A certificate of participation in the program and a Ambassador group photo
- A general letter of appreciation from Eloy Ortiz Oakley
- A small scholarship
For more information, please contact the President's Ambassadors.
Apply to become a President's Ambassador!
Ambassador Application - Due April 18, 2016