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What is a "Student Ambassador"?

Student ambassadors at the Coshocton County Career Center are junior and senior students who are selected to serve as ambassadors through an application and interview process. Most often, career-tech instructors nominate students to serve as ambassadors. Upon nomination, candidates for the ambassador program complete a student ambassador application and interview with a selection panel composed of Career Center administrative staff and community leaders, partners, and/or stakeholders.

Candidate interviews are scored using a rubric, for scoring to remain objective. Students who score highly on the rubric are then subject to an academic, attendance and disciplinary audit. Those who pass the audit are invited to serve as student ambassadors.
 
After the selection process, ambassadors receive concentrated training on the expectations of a student ambassador and on the purpose and mission of the Coshocton County Career Center. Following their training, ambassadors are responsible for serving as "spokespersons" for the Career Center by facilitating building tours for visitors to the Career Center and by participating in numerous activities to promote the Career Center and educate others about the value of a career-tech education.
 
Student ambassadors pride themselves in being knowledgeable and enthusiastic leaders at the Career Center and within their community. 
 

2014-2015 Student Ambassadors

The following Career Center students have been selected to serve as student ambassadors for the 2014-2015 school year:

Auto Technology: Cole Parks and Christian Redman

Building Trades: Amanda Hayes, Joey Sarchet and Tyler Wright
 
 Career Skills Investigation: Logan Burkart and Brandon Corder
 
Cosmetology: Kathryn Chittum, Quynh Do and Randi Sampsel
 
Criminal Justice: Matt DelToro and Travis Vickers, Jr.
 
Culinary Arts: Kim Titus
 
Early Childhood Education: Abby Burchett
 
Electronics: Cody McVay, Sean Ondayko, Haydn Swartz and Dakota Walker
 
Health Technology: Amber Dillon
 
Metal Fabrication: Austin Brown and Destiny Daugherty
 
Natural Resources: Eric Maddux and Jacoby Spang 
 
 
Ambassadors In The News
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River View youngsters learn about careers through CCCC students River View youngsters learn about careers through CCCC students
This week, Union Elementary kindergartners, first-graders and second-graders are exploring careers by learning about nurses, construction workers, welders, hair stylists, auto repair technicians, park rangers, computer technicians and police officers, by way of students studying these professions. 
CCCC Reading Buddies program introduces Ridgewood younsters to careers CCCC Reading Buddies program introduces Ridgewood younsters to careers
Student ambassadors from the Coshocton County Career Center spent the day, Tuesday, October 29, helping Ridgewood Elementary’s kindergarteners and first graders explore metal fabrication and nursing jobs. 
Central’s Kindergartners learn about construction jobs Central’s Kindergartners learn about construction jobs
Earlier this morning, Central Elementary School’s kindergartners got the change to explore what tools are used in a construction job, and to learn about the responsibilities of workers in this industry, including what they do, with whom they work and what they must wear to perform their jobs.  
Newly-appointed student ambassadors learn about effective communications, leadership and manners Newly-appointed student ambassadors learn about effective communications, leadership and manners
Sixteen new and five returning Coshocton County Career Center student ambassadors are gearing up for a busy year helping to meet and greet members of the community and to speak about the positives of career-tech training and the Career Center, in particular. 
Seniors provide input on CCCC website Seniors provide input on CCCC website
Six Career Center seniors, were asked to participate in a focus group activity designed to offer feedback about the school’s website, launched earlier this year. The activity was organized by school superintendent Debbie Kapp-Salupo, during second and third periods, earlier today. 
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