Maysville Community and Technical College announces 2010-2011 Student Ambassadors
Maysville Community and Technical College has selected the 2010-2011 Student Ambassadors. The Student Ambassadors represent and promote the college at campus and community events, assist with recruiting efforts, campus tours and provide information about MCTC to prospective students, school groups, civic organizations and the general public. Being a Student Ambassador provides MCTC students with an opportunity to develop as leaders with professional service skills while solidifying their education through campus and community engagement. Students were selected for the program through a rigorous application process that emphasized their leadership and scholarship potential as well as exhibiting a genuine interest in assisting others, a positive attitude and enthusiasm, reliability and excellent interpersonal communication skills.
MCTC Student Ambassadors include: from the Maysville campus Carly Barker, Tim Hoskins, Stephanie Roesler, and Savanah Wright from the Rowan campus Jennifer Carpenter and Donna Jones and from the Licking Valley Campus Justin Browning, Dawnrisha Talbott, Seth Coy, Makenna Gibson, Angela Mattox, Blake Shepherd, and Jeffrey Jackson. Students participating in the program have received training in areas such as professional etiquette, leadership development, knowledge of MCTC, communication and presentation skills and customer service. These students are working closely with MCTC faculty, staff and administrators. Through their role as Ambassadors students have also had the opportunity to network with leaders in the community making wonderful contacts for the future.
The MCTC Student Ambassador Program is lead by a group of faulty and staff facilitators representing various disciplines and expertise. The program facilitators are: Tabatha Butler, Recruiter/Disability Services Coordinator, Margo Hamm, Librarian/Professor and Regional Coordinator for Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, Donna Slone, Assistant Professor Liberal Art and Education Wendy Noble, Associate Professor Business and Phi Beta Lambda advisor and Sandy Smallwood, Communications Instructor.