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ABOUT INVOLVEMENT AMBASSADORS


The Involvement Ambassadors are a group of experienced student leaders who are responsible for promoting campus involvement. They facilitate one-on-one consultations and group presentations that help connect fellow students to the incredible opportunities to get involved at the U. It is their job to help students find their “home” and develop a deep connection with the U. The Involvement Ambassadors offer two primary services to the U of U community—consultations and presentations.

MEET THE TEAM


Our Involvement Ambassador Team is currently made up of one amazing student leader, Azel Akhmetova.


Nice to meet you, everyone! My name is Azel and I'm from Kazakhstan, Central Asia. I'm majoring in Games. My main goal as an Involvement Ambassador is to help students find involvement opportunities on campus that suit their hobbies and interests. In my spare time, I enjoy playing video games, going on long walks with friends, and watching Disney movies. I am a big fan of the TV series Sherlock by BBC and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. My favorite character is Doctor Strange! I wonder why 🙂

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FOR STUDENTS

Consultations are the best way to figure out how to get involved. During the consultation, an ambassador will sit one-on-one with you to learn about your major, hobbies, interests, potential skill development, and goals for your time at the U. Together you'll explore Campus Connect and a variety of other involvement resources to craft your personalized involvement plan. Involvement consultations are available in-person and virtually for Spring 2022.

You can use the link below to send an email requesting a consultation with our Involvement Ambassador, Sarah.

Schedule a consultation right here on this webpage!

Check back soon for additional scheduling options on this page!

FOR CAMPUS PARTNERS

For faculty, staff, and student advisors, scheduling an involvement presentation will help students identify the benefits of on-campus involvement, resources for getting involved, and steps to start their involvement journey. We are happy to come to your class, your department team meeting, a recruitment event, or other outreach event. These presentations may take around thirty minutes or so and can tailored to your students' needs. These presentations may take place in-person or virtually.

Schedule a Presentation

GET INVOLVED IN UPCOMING EVENTS


  • Fabulous Fridays

    Fabulous Fridays End your school week with the LGBT Resource Center! During the Fall and Spring semesters, the LGBT RC hosts Fabulous Fridays from 3:00–5:00pm except on university holidays and breaks. Come play games, meet new people, and  bask in each other's company and fierceness to wrap up the week. From Friday, October 28, 2022 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM MDT at Virtual.

  • Campus Devotional

    Campus Devotional Join us this Fall on Friday afternoons - once a month - for Campus Devotionals hosted by Baha'i Club's advisor, Professor Pania Newell. Devotionals are defined as spaces where individuals come together to unit in the sharing of prayers, sacred texts, songs, and engage in fellowship. We're excited to be continuing Campus Devotions this year on Zoom and we hope to see many of you there! From Friday, October 21, 2022 5:00 PM to 5:30 PM MDT at Online.

  • Mini Pumpkin Painting

    Mini Pumpkin Painting Happy fall! Get into the spirit of the season by joining the WRC for mini pumpkin painting! We will be on the steps outside of the Union across from the Student Services building (outside of TRIO) from 5-7pm. Stop by, grab a cookie, and paint a pumpkin with us!  From Wednesday, October 26, 2022 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM MDT at Steps outside of the Union (across from the Student Services Building).

  • Community Conversation: Reparations for Black Americans

    Community Conversation: Reparations for Black Americans Registration is required to attend!  The purpose of these dialogues is to listen, be heard, and reflect on current social issues. Students, staff, faculty, and community members interested in the topic are welcome to register. From Wednesday, October 19, 2022 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM MDT at Online.