Department of Student Engagement

Community Engagement Ambassador Program (CEAP)

Each year, four undergraduate students with strong leadership skills and a demonstrated commitment to community engagement will be selected by the Department of Student Engagement to serve as Ambassadors within the Community Engagement Ambassador Program.

Community Engagement Ambassadors will receive an hourly wage reflecting current Massachusetts minimum wage standards. Each Ambassador will contribute approximately 8-10 hours to the role each week during the academic year. As part of a prestigious leadership cohort, these Ambassadors will assist with initiatives for the Department of Student Engagement, as well as assist students, clubs or departments partnering with the department to strengthen their impact in our communities. To apply, you must be an undergraduate student seeking a degree at Brandeis University.

Focus Areas

Program HistoryLori Luft

When Lori Levinson Luft ’69 and a small group of Brandeis friends created the Waltham Group in 1966, they sparked a movement at Brandeis that continues to inspire students today. Now 55 years later, Brandeis students annually provide over 40,000 hours of volunteer service through more than 40 community service clubs, founded and led by student leaders like Lori. Generously funded by her family, the Community Engagement Ambassador Program will engage talented Brandeis students whose passion for community service and values reflect those of Dr. Lori Levinson Luft ’69. Their work will honor Lori’s memory and be a fitting tribute to her remarkable contributions to Brandeis.