Gerontology Student Ambassadors
Gerontology ambassadors represent the Gerontology program by recruiting new students throughout the year. They also network with students, faculty, alumni and surrounding business professionals. Furthermore, ambassadors assist with the "Majors, Minors and More" fair, the annual "Amazing Careers in Aging Race," Open House activities, as well as participating in other student events.
How do I become an Ambassador?
To become a Gerontology ambassador, you must first declare the secondary major in Gerontology.
Students who have a genuine interest in gerontology and interacting and networking with other students, faculty and professionals in the community are encouraged to apply for an ambassador position. Ambassador selections occur at the beginning of the spring semester.
Major: Kinesiology, Pre-Physical Therapy
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Major: Life Sciences, Pre-Med