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Campus Ambassador Benefits
Practice public speaking and interpersonal skills
Score free stuff
Help us find strong talent, just like you
Network with other students, university leadership and Seaboard Foods staff
Include position on your resume and use Seaboard Foods recruiters as references
Frequently Asked Questions
What does a campus ambassador do?
Campus ambassadors help our recruiting team find more talent at their university campus by referring friends, assisting with club and classroom presentations, and hosting your own events. You will also assist at career fair booths and provide suggestions to our team.
How do I become a campus ambassador?
Campus ambassadors are selected by the Seaboard Foods team after each internship program is completed. Decisions are based on the college, the department interned in and what our needs will be for the following summer.
What do I gain by being a campus ambassador?
As a campus ambassador, you will improve your interpersonal skills, build your professional network and impact the Seaboard Foods recruiting team with practicial suggestions. Most of all, you will have another experience to add to your resume.
Do I get paid to be a campus ambassador?
No, this is not a paid position. But, campus ambassadors get special Seaboard Foods merchandise, special perks when we are at your campus, like dinner on us, and are one of the first to know company updates and information.
"Our campus ambassadors are extremely important in helping us find great talent on campus. No one knows a campus better than the students who go there, so we really value their insight and suggestions and implement their ideas when we are on campus. I also appreciate the opportunity to build stronger networks with college students and getting to know our campus ambassadors better." —Katie, recruiter
About The Campus Ambassador Program
After completing our internship, participants may be selected to be campus ambassadors on their campuses. Students will assist with career fair planning, career fair recruiting, classroom and club presentations and referring candidates in their peer networks.
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