The BCC Ambassador Program serves to nurture future leaders and empower effective problem-solving skills at the University of Utah. By exploring a sense of belonging at a Predominantly White Institution (PWI), ambassadors are able to interact with faculty, staff, and students in a multitude of environments.
What is an Ambassador?
A leader selected by the Black Cultural Staff, who acts as a representative for the BlackCultural Center to provide information to constituents as they visit the Black Cultural Center for a variety of events.
BCC & AADSI Coordinator
- Involvement in at least one student organization
- Registered as a student at the University of Utah
- Attend at least 1 Center for Ethnic Student Affairs event/program
- Attend 2 events facilitated by the Black Cultural Center per semester
- Meet with the Program Supervisor monthly for a one on one meeting
- Attend monthly meetings with cohort members
- Experience working as a member of a group
- Commit to participating at the Black Cultural Center for at least 5 hours a week
- Ambassadors are representatives of themselves, the Black Cultural Center and the University of Utah; they are expected to present themselves in that manner and act accordingly
- Ambassadors will develop knowledge about the Black Cultural Center and organizations in affiliation with the Black Cultural Center
- Ambassadors will connect with students, faculty, staff and community members to expand personal and professional networks
- Ambassadors will be able to communicate across the institution and departments therein
- Ambassadors are required to attend 2 events facilitated by the Black Cultural Center
- Ambassadors are required to attend monthly meetings
- Ambassadors should attend one-on-one meetings with the Program Supervisor bi-monthly