Deadline to Apply: February 28th, 2022
CHAMBERS AMBASSADOR PROGRAM
The Chambers Ambassador team is a group of student leaders who showcase the College and University to prospective students. The time commitment for the program is 15 hours per semester, and the group will meet 1-2x/month for training and professional development activities. Benefits of the Chambers Ambassador program include networking opportunities with Chambers College administration, faculty, employer partners, and alumni; being featured on the school’s website; a graduation pin for those who have completed the requirements of the program upon graduation; the opportunity to positively impact peers and prospective students; the opportunity to hone important skills such as time management, accountability, and leadership.
Must be currently enrolled in the John Chambers College of Business and Economics
Must have a minimum of 2 semesters left before graduation to serve (i.e. students graduating in December 2022 are not eligible for the Fall 2022 intake)
Must be passionate about making a positive impact on prospective students and peers
Must represent the College/University in the most positive manner
Must be able to dedicate 15 hours per semester to the program
Must be able to prioritize 1-2x/month meetings for training, teambuilding and professional development
Questions can be directed to Kyle.Patrick1@mail.wvu.edu.
CHAMBERS PEER MENTORSHIP PROGRAM
The Chambers Peer Mentorship Program provides professional leadership development
to participants who assist freshmen with their transition to college life as a
business student at WVU by sharing their knowledge, skills and perspectives. Peer
Mentors are assigned a section of BCOR 191 that they will attend weekly during
the Fall 2022 semester. The students enrolled in their assigned section will be
their mentees. Benefits of the Chambers Peer Mentorship Program include course
credit for BCOR 490 (1 credit), connections to Chambers faculty and staff, professional
experience and leadership development.
The 1 credit hour BCOR 490 course entails weekly interactions with their BCOR 191 instructor/mentees, submitting brief reflection papers to the BCOR 490 instructor throughout the semester, participation in one student-led event, and a final reflection paper.
- Must be currently enrolled in the John Chambers College of Business and Economics
- Must be passionate about making a positive impact on the Fall 2022 freshmen class
- Must represent the College/University in the most positive manner
- Must have a 3.0 minimum cumulative GPA and a grade of A in a 191 freshman seminar course.
- Must register for BCOR 490, a 1 credit hour course, in Fall 2022.
- Duties will include meeting weekly with your assigned section of BCOR 191, and 4 class meetings throughout the semester with their BCOR 490 instructor.
- Must be available to attend a full day training session before the start of the fall semester. Specific date/time TBD but will fall sometime between August 11 and 16th.