Overview of the Career Ambassadors’
The Career Development implemented the Career Ambassador program in August 2012. This program consists of a team of students who are leaders at NSU and who are enthusiastic and outgoing while promoting the many resources the career office offers. The purpose of the Career Ambassador program is to bring awareness and market the Career Development at NSU. The Career Ambassadors serve as leaders to spread the word peer to peer at NSU. The Career Ambassadors support the mission and vision of the office, which is to support NSU students and alumni in the implementation of successful career plans from choosing a direction to securing employment or continuing their education through consulting, partnership with employers and faculty. The Career Development strives to educate students and alumni.
The Career Ambassador program not only builds a student-to-student connection for the office, but also helps mold and shape the leaders of NSU. Through this program, students that are picked to be career ambassadors learn a variety of resources that not only assist fellow students but themselves. Career ambassadors create and use target events to help students from various majors and years. As an Ambassador, one is not only learning what he/she needs for their own professional goals, but helping create the NSU experience for others in order to take full advantage of the resources available for NSU students.
Each Career Ambassador will have their designed roles, but all of the career ambassadors share these responsibilities:
- Attend and support career-related events and programs
- Serve as a “buddy” to visit the Career Development and career related events
- Inform students about career services; make classroom announcements, meet with student organizations, attend NSU career events, etc.
- Create pre-event buzz on campus by handing out flyers, making announcements, etc.
- Use promotion tactics such as social media and tabling at events such as SEA Thursday, etc.
- Take photos or videos of events and post on the career social media outlets
Meet Career Ambassadors
Major: Communication Studies
Hi! My name is Ashley Figueroa. I am a commuter student and have lived in South Florida my whole life. I am a junior at Nova Southeastern University and I am majoring in Communication Studies with a minor in Marketing. Some of the clubs that I am involved with on campus are the American Marketing Association, Cozy Corners, and Delta Epsilon Iota Honor Society. I hope to work towards an MBA in Marketing after my undergraduate studies. In my spare time, I like to horseback ride, hang out with friends, travel, and do DIY projects.
Hello. My name is Chrissy Tabulov and I am from Palm Harbor, FL. I am a sophomore at Nova Southeastern University majoring in Biology in the Pharmacy Dual Admissions Program with a minor in Substance Abuse Studies. On campus, I am involved in Pre-Pharmacy Society, SNPhA, and Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity. After my undergraduate studies, I plan on attending pharmacy school and become a pharmacist that specializes in substance abuse. Some of my hobbies include yoga, baking, hanging out with friends, and going to the beach.
Benefits of Becoming a Career Ambassador
This is a leadership position through the Career Development, and it requires a
6-8hr/week commitment. The award for this position is $400 paid at the end of the 16-week semester.
How to Beome a CA?
The Career Development is looking for motivated, dedicated, well-rounded students who love to promote services to the entire student body. Being a Career Ambassador is a great way to network and learn more about establishing a career in your chosen field, as you get the opportunity to associate with a variety of professionals both at Nova and around the community.
You can find the application at the following link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dG96bUw4eGV5RXRyRlV5YmlHQ1hYNHc6MQ.
Meet with a Career Adviser to prepare your resume!
Contact the Career Development at (954) 262-7201,
Monday–Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m.−5:00 p.m.
We are located on in the Main Career Office, 4th floor of the Alvin Sherman Library, room 4036.
Drop in Advisement sessions are available!
15 minute, one-on-one session with a Career Adviser
Monday−Friday, 11:00 a.m.−1:00 p.m.
1st Floor of the Horvitz Administration Building Room #152
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