A student's dozen
Quinlan students soon will have another place to turn when they need advice—to a newly formed fleet of “Quinlan Ambassadors.”
A dozen students in all—sophomores through seniors, representing eight undergraduate majors—were chosen for the program. Starting this fall, each will serve as a resource for other students as well as a representative for the school.
“We want to give students more of a voice,” says Elizabeth Globke, assistant director for employer relations and special events, who developed the program with Quinlan’s student services coordinator, Alex See.
See says he hopes the program will “build community and engage other students.”
Whether it’s about studying abroad or getting an internship, the ambassadors will offer “real, true advice,” he says.
Among a host of other duties, the ambassadors will help coordinate events, gather student feedback, and promote school services.
Sadia Anees, a senior information systems major, has signed on to be one of the ambassadors. As an intern with Quinlan’s Family Business Center, she’s very familiar with the school.
“Quinlan has so much to offer, and I hope this program will help students use those resources,” she says.
To learn more about the Quinlan Ambassadors, visit their home page.
6 places you can expect to see our ambassadors this semester
|Water Tower Campus Block Party||August 29|
|Quinlan Transfer Welcome||September 3|
|Career Week||September 16-20|
|Career Fair||September 24|
|Quinlan Case Competition||October 7|
|A Quinlan Ambassadors-planned event||November|
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