Don B. Huntley College of Agriculture

Ag Ambassadors

About This Organization

The Ag Ambassador Program is a unique leadership opportunity offered to students in the College of Agriculture. Ag Ambassadors are involved in outreach, recruitment, and public relations activities for the college and its programs. Those students selected to serve will gain valuable experience working with a team of students, interacting with the public, and developing leadership and career skills.

Ag Ambassadors:

  • involved with a wide variety of activities, including, but not limited to, school visits, college fairs, tele-counseling, college tours, FFA events, retreats, College of Agriculture and university events, and industry conferences.
  • have the opportunity to interact and network with faculty, staff, students, parents, teachers, counselors, alumni, and industry partners.
  • conduct presentations, workshops, tele-counseling, information booths, and college tours.

Ag Ambassadors are a chartered organization with the university and as such, elect an officer team; participate in the College of Agriculture's student government, Ag Council; and conduct fundraising activities.

Students wishing to be an Ag Ambassador must go through a selection process. Applications are accepted in January each year. Applicants then participate in a selection workshop and an individual interview during the month of February. Ag Ambassadors are announced in March and training begins in spring quarter. Ag Ambassadors serve a one-year term beginning with summer quarter and continuing through the following spring quarter.