Outreach Aides / Student Ambassadors

Student Ambassadors

The Student Ambassadors program is also housed out of the Outreach office. Student Ambassadors are student leaders who participate in high school and community outreach events, recruiting events and other campus events, give campus tours, conduct workshops and classroom presentations regarding the services that are offered to Saddleback College students. Student Ambassadors are students who provide help and accurate information for new students attending Saddleback.

 Benefits for becoming a Student Ambassador are:
  • Gain Leadership Experience - Develop leadership through training and conducting campus tours, sharing your enthusiasm and positive Saddleback College experiences with new or incoming students.
  • Gain Communication Skills - Help plan College events, participate in the promotion and advancement of the Student Ambassador Program.
  • Gain Volunteer Experience - Gain experience in the community by organizing volunteer opportunities for yourself and others.

In order to become a Student Ambassador one must have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA at Saddleback College and submit the Application Form to The Student Outreach & Recruitment Office. (AGB 125).

Student Ambassadors

Saddleback College "Student Ambassadors" provide information regarding class and administrative office locations, parking information assistance and other campus information to all Saddleback College students during the first few weeks of each semester. Student Ambassadors are seasonal paid positions. For more information on becoming a Student Ambassador please contact the Student Outreach and Recruitment Office at 949-582-4218.



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Hello! My name is Marco Madariaga and I'm an Outreach Aide/Student Ambassador. My goal is to pursue a degree in Chicano Studies and Communications, and eventually be a counselor. I graduated from Capistrano Valley High School in 2009. I'm here to assist incoming students with applying to Saddleback College, Financial Aid, and making the transition from high school to college easier. Feel free to contact me.

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Hello, my name is Anthony Berg and I'm an Outreach Aide/Student Ambassador at Saddleback College. I'm a communications major here at Saddleback along with a member of the football team. I graduated from Kamiak High School in Mukilteo, Washington in 2012 and will be graduating from Saddleback in the fall of 2014. My job is to make the transition for incoming freshman from high school to college a smooth one. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

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¡Hola! I am Madeline Hernandez, the Career Technical Education Project Specialist for the Outreach and Recruitment Department. I graduated from Mukwonago High school (located in Wisconsin) in 2009 and from Saddleback College with a degree in Liberal Arts and Communication Studies in 2014. While at Saddleback College, I participated in ASG and held a leadership position as the Director of Publicity and Public Relations. Currently, I am a student at Cal State Fullerton and am pursing a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Relations. Saddleback has provided me with countless opportunities that I am grateful for.  If you have any questions regarding CTE, or the college in general, feel free to contact me!

 

 

 

Hello, my name is Thomas Torcivia and I am Outreach Aide/Student Ambassador at Saddleback College. I am originally from western New York, but graduated Mission Viejo High School in 2012 with a 3.9 GPA. I am currently music major at Saddleback in tuba performance. I also play football and enjoy working out. I am here to assist incoming students as I always welcome people with questions, and I hope help you with anything that you need. Feel free to contact me at any time.

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Hi! My name is David Gonzalez and I work in the Outreach & Recruitment department at Saddleback College. I graduated from Mission Viejo High School in 2010 and Saddleback in 2013 with an Associate Degree in Sociology and transferred to Cal State Fullerton to complete my Bachelors Degree in Sociology. I have worked at Saddleback since 2010 and I plan on continuing to work within the college. I’m here to help students make the transition from high school to college, as well as to help them with anything they may need while here at Saddleback. Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have!