Global Ambassador Program
Many students who return from abroad want to continue to utilize and build upon their experience even once they’ve returned home. Becoming a Global Ambassador is a great way to stay involved with the international community and share your experiences with others. By getting involved you can receive a Global Ambassador Certificate from the Office of International Education as well as a unique leadership experience to add to your resume.
As a Global Ambassador, you are a role model for the Office of International Education. You will demonstrate leadership by serving as a:
Friend of the Office of International Education - talk to others about our office in a positive manner
Communicator - Give two classroom presentations about studying abroad and share your experience
Volunteer - Help with two study abroad events throughout the school year
Social Media Specialist - Share your experience online in one of the following ways:
Write a note about your experience for Facebook
Submit a blog link you updated on your time away
Create a short video for us to share
- Get interviewed on camera by a study abroad assistant in our office, and submit photos or video from your study abroad experience
- ?Join a club or organization. Campus organizations and clubs related to international engagement are a great way for returned study abroad students to meet with other globally minded people and continue to be engaged in international affairs. The Friends Around the World program is also a new and exciting option that pairs domestic and international students to create global friendships at UW-Stout. You can search for other campus organizations and clubs on OrgSync.
Alumni - submit your advice for other students going abroad and complete a testimonial
Submit all forms to the Office of International Education by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), fax (715.232.2500) or to our office (200 Main Street).
We hope this will be a rewarding opportunity that will allow you to re-live and process your past program/s. We look forward to your help in spreading interest in international education!