By Elyse Pitkin
Recently, eight students were selected as Hiram student ambassadors by The Office of Development and Alumni Relations and were honored at annual pinning ceremony.
The student ambassador program is an opportunity for students to connect current students and alumni through varying events and opportunities and gain both personal and professional development skills. Student ambassadors receive exclusive networking opportunities with influential and successful Hiram alumni, including trustees, develop a strong understanding of philanthropy and how it affects the lives of all Hiram College students, and build community within Hiram’s extensive network.
“The group of students that were pinned, are active members of the Hiram community. They each are extremely involved in campus life and are all career-focused and driven individuals,” said associate director of development and alumni relations, Carly (Arthur) Workman.
The following students were recognized:
- Lyndsey Johns ’23
- Catlyn Kauffman ’25
- Mackenzie Flaherty ’24
- Julianna Le-Quay ’24
- Tayleigh Price ’23
- Xelle Starr ’23
- Ryan Streator ’24
- Miricle Blackman ’24 is the only current ambassador that has been previously pinned.
Those selected to be a student ambassador, must have a minimum GPA of 2.5, be in good academic standing, be enrolled in at least one full academic semester, and be recommended by a faculty or staff member.