UA Cossatot Names Student Ambassadors
January 26, 2017
UA Cossatot Names New Student Ambassadors
A new class of student ambassadors was inducted at UA Cossatot in Nashville last week.
These students represent the College not only to the UA Cossatot student body, but also to the College’s communities. During their year of representation, they will perform around 1,300 hours of service that will include organizing and facilitating student events, visiting with high school students about college, performing community service projects, and participating in events that develop them professionally and personally.
“These students pass a series of interviews and meet stringent criteria before being selected to be UA Cossatot’s ambassadors,” said Justin White, UA Cossatot Director of Student Services. “This program gives students a chance to network and seek opportunities that enhance their future.”
The new ambassadors are: Te’Kayla Works of Nashville, Angel Hernandez Olguin of De Queen, Mattie Tallant of Ashdown, Joshua Rodgers of Nashville, Marisol Rodriguez of Horatio, Scout Smith of Smithville, Okla., Ashley Meyers of Ashdown, Kortney Ashley of Ashdown, Shelby Scott of Nashville, Kelsey Hockaday of Nashville, Alexandria Stark of Bigelow, Brayan Feregrino of De Queen, Italia Bustamante of De Queen, Jacob Carpenter of Nashville, and Eduardo Medina of Wickes.
UA Cossatot Student Ambassador applications are available in October each year on the college’s website.