Please take into consideration all of the pre-application requirements and suggested events.
We strongly encourage applicants to:
Attend an information session.
Meet with a representative from the Hiatt Career Center to have your resume reviewed.
Request references and secure contact information from two individuals who can speak to your leadership skills and/or community engagement activities. These must come from faculty or staff at Brandeis or a community partner. They cannot be another student leader peer.
Applications for the 2022 - 2023 academic year will be available on Workday. All applications are due Thursday, March 10, 2022. When submitting your application, you will be required to include a copy of your resume, an updated unofficial transcript, and the contact information for two references.
During the week of March 14, the Department of Community Service will contact applicants to share whether they have been selected to move forward to be interviewed for this role.
The DCS will formally announce the 2022-2023 Ambassadors at the 2022 Celebration of Service event.
Applications for the 2022-2023 academic year will be available on Workday. All applications are due March 10, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. When submitting your application, you will be required to include a copy of your resume, an updated unofficial transcript, and the contact information for two references.
The Community Engagement Ambassador Program (CEAP) includes a number of developmental components, designed to benefit the Ambassadors engaged in the program. As an Ambassador, you will gain important career skills and deepen your understanding of engaging in outreach with your peers, campus partners, and community partners.
At the beginning of the academic year, Ambassadors will engage in a training program, both virtually and in-person. This program will provide an opportunity for their CEAP cohort to get to know one another and become prepared to serve as an Ambassador.
Regular meetings will be led by Department of Community Service professional staff and will feature Brandeis faculty, staff, and community partners as guest speakers. Ambassadors will meet on a regular basis to learn about many related topics, including:
Assessing their own leadership and determining and implementing best steps in their leadership growth
Evaluating and assessing community engagement programs
All four Ambassadors will have the opportunity to be a part of a cohort with each other and with alumni of CEAP. We anticipate that the Ambassadors will work in a team-oriented cohort structure, engaging in most projects with one another. Alumni of the program will be able to connect with former Ambassadors through LinkedIn and alumni engagement opportunities.
CEAP Information Sessions: (students only need to attend 1 info session):
RSVP HERE to attend an information session.