DVC Student Ambassadors

Under the direction of Welcome Services and Outreach, Student Ambassadors provide valuable peer-to-peer assistance to future, current and returning students and their families. They are chosen from a highly selective hiring committee to represent Diablo Valley College's unique and diverse student body. They work in Welcome Services and the Enrollment Lab, conduct campus tours, represent DVC at various college fairs, and give presentations at high schools. Student Ambassadors provide insight into DVC from a student perspective by sharing their own experiences.

We are now accepting applications for the 2022-23 Academic Year!

We are looking for individuals who are enthusiastic about Diablo Valley College and have a desire to provide peer-to-peer assistance to potential, new and continuing students.  Positions are available at the Pleasant Hill and San Ramon campuses.

Our hiring process is very competitive.  It is highly recommended that you thoroughly review the Student Ambassador overview for specific information about the minimum requirements and commitment needed for the program. You will need to complete and submit a Student Ambassador application as well as a one-page typed letter of interest explaining why you are interested in becoming a Student Ambassador. You will also need to be able to provide two references upon request. 

Overview: Minimum qualifications, job description, application requirements, benefits, and other important details.  

Application:  This form is required, along with a letter of interest (no more and no less than one typed page length) that addresses the reason for your interest in the position as well as your qualifications.

Reference Form:  Two references are required (not from students or family members).  At least one reference must be from a DVC employee or, if this is your first semester at DVC, from an employee of the high school you graduated from.

Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis until positions are filled.

Read about the Student Ambassadors.

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