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Wednesday, September 12, 2018

ACC 2018 Fall Ambassadors

ACC 2018 Fall Ambassadors

There will be six new members to the Alvin Community College Student Ambassadors program for the 2018 Fall semester.

ACC Ambassadors are an important element in attracting students and promoting the college’s mission. During the semester ambassadors will help provide information to potential students about ACC services, help create marketing strategies, conduct campus tours, work community events and even volunteer for College and  Foundation events.

Ambassadors receive a $600 scholarship for their 45-hour commitment. Returning ambassadors are: Sarah Bowman, of Alvin, Joel Castro, of Alvin and Addy Terry, of Webster.

The new ambassadors are: Micaela Campos, of Pearland, Venus Higuera, of Alvin, Adeline Nzeribe, of Rosharon, Elizabeth Omojola, of Manvel, Gabby Saldivar, of Alvin and Lindsey Walker, of Friendswood.

Campos became an ambassador in order to enhance her college experience.

“I wanted to get involved on campus because at the end of my high school experience, I realized I would’ve enjoyed it a lot more if I’d been more involved,” she said.

Higuera said she joined the Ambassador program to be more involved with ACC.

“Alvin Community College is all about helping students and the community, which is who defines me,” she said.

Nzeribe is participating with her fellow ambassadors to be an active member of her community.

“I want to be very much involved in community activities,” she said. “I want to give back.”

Helping fellow students is the reason Omojola enlisted in the Ambassador program.

“I’m able to assist people who want to know about the college,” she said. “This will also allow me to interact with people. I love this school and want to be involved as much as possible.”

Saldivar chose to enlist with the Ambassadors to be involved with other students at ACC.

“It’s a great way to meet new people and make friends,” she said.

Walker became an ambassador so she could help students on campus while also volunteering in the community.

“Ever since I was little I loved being social with others and making them feel as if they’re a part of something,” she said. “I love ACC. Go Dolphins!”


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