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.
- Education: Ambassadors must be enrolled as full-time students at MCC.
- Experience: Preference is given to those best qualified to work in a customer service environment.
- 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.
- 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
I chose MCC to be close to home. MCC offers what I want to major in and has flexible scheduling.
What I like best about MCC is the flexibility and the staff that work here.
Kennedy is a Criminology major at MCC.
I chose MCC because I wanted my first two years to be close to home and my family. I also saw MCC as a good financial start.
What I like best about MCC is the closer interaction I have with professors. It makes the learning environment a lot more comfortable.
Alexa is a Liberal Arts major.
I chose MCC because it is cost efficient and I like the small class size. The way past students talked about their time at MCC and the atmosphere and professors they had is also why I chose MCC.
What I like best about MCC is the very diverse community.
Oswald is a Liberal Arts major.
I chose MCC because it is a great place to explore my options for education and I get to make friends in all the clubs and campus activities.
What I like best about MCC is I get to know my teachers more personally and they have time to go over subjects one on one. I also enjoy all the student activities such as bowling or movie nights.
Grace is a Liberal Arts major.
For more information, contact Amy Good in the MCC Admissions Office.