About the Ambassadors
The ALIVE Center welcomed its first Student Advisory Board during the 2010-2011 school year. After realizing that the students participating on the board served in more capacities that advisement, the name changed to Student Ambassadors of Service in December 2012.The WKU students work directly with the staff at the ALIVE Center for Community Partnerships. They speak to groups about the ALIVE Center and service-related programs at WKU. In addition, the students are involved in volunteerism, service-learning, or community-based research.
The Student Ambassadors of Service seeks to increase awareness of social issues and community needs, while also identifying ways for students to get involved addressing those topics through a diverse set of programs and projects.
If you are interested in more information please contact our student worker Danielle
Student Ambassadors of Service members:
Danielle Adams (student coordinator), Alanna Baugher, Ashley King, Courtney Jenkins, Eric Wills, Sequoia Sims, Bria Granville, Jazmin Walker, Whitney Marsh, Natalie Majors, and John McKenzie Mullins.
We at the ALIVE Center are excited to have such a diverse group of students representing us. We look forward to the upcoming school year and what the Student Advisory Board has to offer.