The President’s Ambassadors Program is a unique group of students selected from the 37,000 students at California State University, Long Beach to serve and represent the University in multiple capacities.
President’s Ambassadors serve as official student representatives on behalf of the University and the University President at a variety of campus and community functions. President’s Ambassadors showcase the excellence of CSULB to the University Community and are role models of professionalism, hospitality, character and Beach Pride.
The mission of the California State University, Long Beach President's Ambassador Program is to:
President’s Ambassadors work collaboratively with President Alexander representing CSULB and its mission and goals. At the most basic level, they are volunteers who give their time, talent and enthusiasm freely for the advancement of California State University, Long Beach. How do they do this?
In the past, the Ambassadors have volunteered at events such as the Alumni Awards Banquet, Cherishing the Children, Jewels of the Night and Kaleidoscope.
We often collaborate with other offices on campus including the Beach Pride Center, Student Life and Development, and several academic departments.
The President’s Ambassador Program is challenging, exciting and great way to gain valuable skills. If you have had experience in public speaking, leadership and want to give back to The Beach, you may want to consider applying.
Visit the recruitment page for details on how you can become a President's Ambassador and give back to CSULB.
Prior President, Robert C. Maxson, realized the best representatives of CSULB's excellence were students, and the President's Ambassadors Program was born. Since President Alexander's leadership at CSULB, he has embraced and supported the program whole heartedly, and has enhanced the President's Ambassadors roles and responsibilities within the university and the greater community.