Presidential Ambassadors seek new members

January 21, 2014 | UToday
By Sam Naumann

The University of Toledo Presidential Ambassadors are searching for new members to join their organization.

sealStudents who have a cumulative GPA of 3.0, strong campus and community involvement, and an outgoing personality are invited to apply to the organization that serves the Office of the President.

Ambassadors handle a wide range of tasks, including interacting with civic leaders and promoting UT events such as athletic competitions, lecture series, student activities, naming and dedication ceremonies, donor and alumni events, presidential events, as well as University-wide events like homecoming and commencement.

“I have had many great experiences with Presidential Ambassadors,” said Taylor Juza, vice president of membership. “One of the most memorable was being a part of the grand opening of the William and Carol Koester Alumni Pavilion outside of the Glass Bowl. I was able to meet many alumni who have so much passion for the University. Having something in common like that is a great feeling.”

Candidates for Presidential Ambassador can be nominated by others or self-nominated.

Nomination forms are available from Michele (Mickey) Ross, UT events coordinator, at All nominations must be emailed to Ross by 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 24.

For more information about the Presidential Ambassadors program, visit or email Juza at

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