UA Cossatot Names 2019 Student Ambassadors
December 19, 2018
The University of Arkansas at Cossatot inducted thirteen college students into the 2019 Student Ambassadors Class at a ceremony held at the UA Cossatot Weyerhaeuser Room on Friday, December 14.
This is the sixth year of the UA Cossatot Student Ambassador program. In exchange for a tuition waiver, resume building and networking opportunities, and help transferring to a four-year university, Student Ambassadors recruit in their communities, organize student events, facilitate service projects, and provide support at many other college events.
UA Cossatot Chancellor Steve Cole welcomed the group and presented tuition waivers.
“Of all the things we do at UAC, Student Ambassadors is one of my favorites,” Dr. Cole addressed the Ambassadors.
“Out of 1500 UA Cossatot students and those who applied, the Ambassador Selection Committee saw something special in you. Something that will help move the college forward. It’s truly an honor to welcome you into your new role.”
“These students pass a series of interviews and meet stringent criteria before being selected to be UA Cossatot’s Ambassadors,” said Daniel Martinez, UA Cossatot Marketing Coordinator and Student Ambassador Sponsor. “This program gives students a chance to network and seek opportunities that enhance their future.”
2019 Student Ambassadors: Toni Manzella of Horatio, Jhamilex Hernandez of Nashville, Valeria Gomez of De Queen, Alondra Galvez of De Queen, Saleni Rojas of De Queen, Kelsey Solida of Fouke, Texas, Angel Espinoza of De Queen, Eruby Rodriguez of De Queen, Ana Martinez of De Queen, Kassandra Organista of Nashville, Johana Martinez of De Queen, Andrea Jones of Foreman, and Esther Perez of De Queen.