Vol State announces new President’s Ambassadors

The 2019-2020 Vol State President’s Ambassadors from left to right. Front row: Alex Carman, human services, Portland; Maddy Woodson, pre-law, Camarillo, CA; Lindsey Wray, pre-nursing, Mt. Juliet; Hunter Casteel, computer information technology: programming, Gallatin; Erika Hix, biology, Lafayette; Rodrigo Galvez Vega, accounting, Lebanon; and Guadalupe T. Hernandez, general studies, Santa Fe, NM. Back Row: Giulia Giordani, general studies, Desenzano del Garda, Italy; Stephen Thomas, speech communications, Hendersonville; Dylan Phillips, general studies, Hilham; Austin Phann, biology, Cookeville; Joshua Bryant, chemistry, Gallatin; and Tori Reagan, health science, Livingston.

GALLATIN – Volunteer State Community College has a new group of President’s Ambassadors for 2019-2020. The ambassadors represent the college at events, conduct campus tours, and help with public relations. Students selected for the President’s Ambassadors scholarship program go through a rigorous vetting and interview process. Successful candidates are selected from over 2,000 eligible students. To be eligible for the program students must have a cumulative 3.0 grade point average and have completed at least 12 college-level credit hours at Vol State. The scholarship covers full tuition and fees at the in-state rate, as well as a $300 per semester book stipend. Students selected serve a one-year term.

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