Student Ambassador Program

Student Ambassadors

The McLennan Community College Student Ambassadors consist of honorary students selected to represent the college on campus and in the community.

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Ambassadors are selected through a process that includes an application accompanied by two letters of recommendation, an interview, and approval from the Advisory Committee. Further selection criteria are as follows:

  • Must have earned a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher at MCC
  • Must have completed at least 12 credit hours
  • Must be in good standing at MCC and in the community
  • Maintain positive academic performance
  • Possess strong communication and leadership skills
  • Must be registered for a minimum of 6 semester hours both at the time of selection and during time served

Once selected, the Ambassador will complete training which will include the history and programs of McLennan Community College.

Common Activities of the Student Ambassador include:

  • Attending and assisting with college fairs and recruiting events
  • Provide peer advising to high school students
  • Leading campus tours
  • Welcoming groups to the campus
  • Assisting with official college blogs and social networking
  • Assisting with outreach programs and services targeting underrepresented populations
  • Promoting college enrollment throughout the local schools and community
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Important Advantages of the Student Ambassador:

  • Compensation
  • Opportunity to develop leaderships skills and a professional resume
  • Personal development and socialization
  • Experience in public relations, which develops skills and confidence vital to success in career advancement
  • Satisfaction of being involved in a dynamic, supportive organization

For more information contact Kirk Schlemmer at 254-299-8396 or email