Since it was founded, the program has developed immensely. The Saints Ambassador Corps has become an elite group on campus and has earned the respect of the university community. Through hard work and dedication, the Saints Ambassadors have been able to serve our prospective students with outstanding customer service and in a warm, friendly demeanor.
The application process to become a Saints Ambassador for the 2023-2024 school year has closed! We will begin our search for ambassadors for the 2024-25 school year in the spring 2024 semester. If interested or you are looking for more information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Okay, let’s cut to the chase. If you’ve scrolled all the way to read this letter, then it’s safe for us to assume that you are considering being a Saints Ambassador and there’s no better news for us to hear than learning about expanding our team. Thank you so much for your interest and I promise you as you read along, you’ll see why you should consider joining one of the most influential student groups on campus!
So what do the Saints Ambassadors do? The short (incomplete answer, when that same uncle at every family gathering asks you what you do?): tour guides to prospective students. The long (complete answer): yes, we primarily act as tour guides to prospective students but we also do so much more! Get free entry to the musical concerts hosted at the Performing Arts Center while working as ushers for the events? Check! Network with high profile alums, donors, and guests of the school while giving VIP tours or working our annual Scholarship Ball called ‘Caritas’? Check! Chances are if you’ve attended our admissions events, we’re probably the first face you would’ve seen greeting you at the Welcome Center! The list is endless, and yes, we do wear many hats!
That’s what makes us special. We represent a diverse student body (ambassadors from across different years, majors, sports, extra-curriculars, towns, states, and even countries) and that is something that we are continually proud of. While we do wear many hats and are diverse in all aspects, one commonality is our unanimous belief that we are changing lives “one tour at a time”!
So if you’re looking for a job? We’re hiring. If you’re looking for a job where you can have fun, hone your leadership, communication, and teamwork skills, while knowing that you are changing lives every single time you interact with someone, you should be a Saints Ambassador.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us using the information provided below. You can also find more information about the Ambassador program on our webpage. We wish you the best of luck in the application process and everything you do at USF!
Jerryl Varughese – Student Coordinator
Luke Whalen – Assistant Student Coordinator
Krzysztof Noga – Communications Coordinator