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Become an MCC Student Ambassador

The MCC Student Ambassador Program is always looking for respectable, qualified students to assist the Admissions Office. MCC Ambassadors are an elite group of students carefully chosen to represent diverse degree programs, athletic involvements, and club/organization memberships. Ambassadors serve the College by supporting the recruiting efforts and routine affairs of the Admissions Office and other administrative offices as requested. The Ambassador program is scholarship-based; students can earn up to $1,000 a year.

Qualifications

  1. Education: Ambassadors must be enrolled as full-time students at MCC.
  2. Experience: Preference is given to those best qualified to work in a customer service environment.
  3. Academics: Ambassadors must have a minimum 2.7 high school GPA. They must maintain regular class attendance and have minimum 2.5 GPA at MCC.
  4. Abilities:
    • Able to work in an environment of shifting priorities, frequent interruptions, hectic pace, and interaction with students, staff, and/or the public.
    • Working knowledge of computer software programs, including Word and Excel.
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills, including proficiency in business English, grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
    • Able to work independently and be a team player in completing assigned tasks and meeting deadlines.
    • Enthusiastic desire to demonstrate MCC school spirit.

Click on the Application Form to become an MCC Ambassador!

Meet the MCC Ambassadors

Rusmir Hamzic
Sarajevo, Bosnia

I chose MCC because it was the right choice for me.

What I like best about MCC is the small community full of good people.

Rusmir is majoring in Biology. He plans to transfer to a 4-year university and finish his education.

What I like most about my major/area of study is the labs.

He lives with his mom and plays the guitar. At MCC he works in the admissions office and cafeteria.

My advice for college-bound students is to read everything you can about your new school and ask as many people as you can about it.

Marisol Lopez Silva
Marshalltown, IA

I chose MCC because it was close to home and MCC feels like home. Also, it really is a good start for me and my family financially.

What I like best about MCC is the welcoming staff. I also like the diversity at MCC.

Marisol is a sophomore earning her AA degree. She plans to transfer to Iowa State and major in psychology with a minor in criminal justice.

What I like most about my major/area of study is being able to learn about others by a simple facial expression and being open-minded.

I have two younger brothers and they are currently attending MHS. I played soccer throughout high school except for my senior year due to the pandemic. This is my favorite hobby.

My advice for college-bound students is to be involved and go for something that you will enjoy later in life! Be open to opportunities.

Brayden Smith
Tama, IA

I chose MCC to be close to home and I’m not sure what career I want to go into yet.

What I like best about MCC is the friendly environment and the classes are easy to find.

Brayden is a Liberal Arts Associate of Arts degree major.

What I like most about my major/area of study is it’s not focused on a specific thing so I am doing something new every day.

My parents are Travis and Darcy and I have one sister, Sadie. My hobbies are hunting, hanging out with friends, and watching sports. In high school, I played baseball, football, wrestling, and golf.

My advice for college-bound students is if you are not sure what career you want to go into, go to a community college. It makes life easier.


For more information, contact Amy Good in the MCC Admissions Office.

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Amy Good

Amy Good

Amy joined Iowa Valley in November of 2000. Prior to arriving she attended Marshalltown Community College earning an AS in Administrative As...

Amy joined Iowa Valley in November of 2000. Prior to arriving she attended Marshalltown Community College earning an AS in Administrative Assistant in 1999. She later finished her AA in 2003. Amy enjoys exercising and spending time with family.

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