After an intense interview process, Santa Fe College has selected 16 of its finest students for the 2010-2011 Student Ambassador Program. Candidates undergo a three-round interview process that involves group interviews, individual presentations and interviews, and teamwork activities, so it is a huge accomplishment to be selected.
Congratulations to Greg Atwood from Deltona, Fla; Jose Blondet from Caracas, Venezuela; Alex Cardelle from Miami, Fla.; Leshare Demps from Lake City, Fla.; Angel Gaston from Leesburg, Fla.; Casey Gerry from Sarasota, Fla.; Monica Gordon and Chris Witt from Gainesville, Fla.; Justin Hall and Elizabeth Zogaib from Orlando, Fla.; Kristen Littlefield from Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.; Olamide Olayinka from Lagos, Nigeria; Andrea Picco from Coral Springs, Fla.; Roger Sliney from Chiefland, Fla.; Hannah Smith from Lawtey, Fla.; and Alyx Swanhall from Winter Garden, Fla.
Student Ambassadors serve as representatives of the college student body and as marketing and recruitment representatives for the entire college. Ambassadors work with faculty, staff, students and members of the community to promote Santa Fe and its programs and services. They assist with orientation, registration, recruitment, high-school visits, phone-a-thons, campus tours, special events, community service, and speaking engagements. The Ambassadors earn a full scholarship (books included) for the Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 terms.