Ambassadors for Central Methodist University
Thirteen Central Methodist University students have been selected as student ambassadors for 2012-13 by the CMU Office of Admission.
The students are asked to play an essential role in one of the most important facets of CMU beyond the classroom: student recruitment. Ambassadors are among the first people campus visitors see when they come to CMU, and provide tours to prospective students and their families.
Ambassadors also find themselves called upon to assist CMU with a variety of non-recruitment events such as alumni reunions, special events and other activities, according to Julia Costigan, assistant director of admissions. They also provide assistance around the Admission office.
CMU Ambassadors must be full-time students in good academic standing, Costigan said. In addition, though, Costigan looks for other attributes when selecting Ambassadors such as personality, public speaking ability, dependability, and loyalty to CMU.
CMU's 2012-13 Ambassadors include Megan Berwin, freshman from St. Louis majoring in nursing; Kelli Esquivel, senior from Marshfield majoring in education; Kate Kellner, junior from Strafford majoring in English; Wade King, sophomore from Bellflower majoring in music education;
Ciera Kluck, freshman from Boonville majoring in education; Austin Magyar, junior from Boonville majoring in business; Houston Robertson, junior from Conway majoring in sociology; Katelyn Shay, sophomore from Pilot Grove majoring in special education; Kelli Shepard, senior business major from Bethany;Ashley Spaulding, sophomore from South Bend, Indiana, majoring in business and accounting; Zach Wallace, senior from Rogersville majoring in biology, Cassie Wilhelm, senior from Versailles majoring in nursing; and Hannah Yelton, freshman from Rolla, majoring in athletic training.
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