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What is a Leadership Ambassador?

A Leadership Ambassador is a student who participates in workshops and local volunteer drives to support those in the college and local communities.


As a Leadership Ambassador, you will attend monthly meetings, including workshops that support personal development and growth as a leader. The volunteer drives provide you with an opportunity to lead and help others. From organizing food drives to spreading random acts of kindness, the volunteering initiatives are as diverse as the ideas generated by our group. Together, we choose volunteering ideas that resonate with us, enabling us to lead and extend a helping hand to those in need.

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Students who join the Leadership Ambassador Program can expect the following outcomes:

  • Developing and showcasing effective communication skills.
  • Collaborating as a team to create, facilitate, and execute volunteer initiatives for the college and local communities.
  • Cultivating and demonstrating essential leadership traits such as self-confidence, agency, accountability, responsibility, and communication relative to personal and professional development. Gaining hands-on experience and understanding of working collaboratively in groups while exchanging ideas in a respectful manner.
  • Creating and facilitating volunteer initiatives.
  • Experiencing a leadership role and its impact on both oneself and the community
  • Contributing to the improvement of the Conestoga Community while establishing meaningful connections with fellow students.


The Expectations of a Leadership Ambassador:

  • Checking email correspondence on a daily basis. Icon Attending monthly meetings.
  • Maintaining regular communication with the Leadership Department.
  • Collaborating effectively with the team of Leadership Ambassadors.
  • Actively participating in the execution of service leadership initiatives within the college and community.


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