Speak at Faculty events and emcee panel discussions. Create content or be featured in profiles for the University website.

Graduate Ambassador Sarah stands by a stairwell in Old Arts

Graduate Ambassadors are spokespeople for graduate programs in the Faculty of Arts. In this capacity, several opportunities are available for Ambassadors to put their best foot forward and make their mark as a public speaker at large events, event emcee / facilitator, student advocate, or program representative. For example, Ambassadors are offered the chance to do one or more of the following:

- Offer inspiration, guidance, and encouragement to commencing students by speaking at Orientation

- Develop professional presentation skills by emceeing or facilitating a Faculty panel event

- Advise prospective students at Open Day, Graduate Expos, or other study fairs

- Present their own experience online via a student profile on the University's website

- Participate as a student representative in Faculty staff committees or focus groups

- Lend their voice and opinions to Faculty podcasts and publications

Speaking up and reaching out are great ways to stand out from the crowd, champion your program, create meaningful content for other students, and develop professional presentation skills while undertaking graduate study.

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