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Apply to be an Ambassador

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Apply to be an Ambassador with American Semester Program & Exchanges for the Fall 2022 semester!

Applicants must be positive and responsible representatives of Michigan State University on all ASP&E sponsored activities and excursions, as well as with any and all interactions with ASP&E students and staff. Duties include assisting ASP&E staff in duties assigned, which include (but are not limited to) orientation session help, student sign in for excursions, set up for activities on and off campus, etc.

This is a volunteer position and you participate when you are available. Benefits of volunteering with us include:

  • Exposure to different cultures
  • The chance to mentor incoming international students
  • Participate in ASP&E sponsored activities including on and off-campus events and excursions

Past Ambassadors have used their experience volunteering with ASP on their resumes and in job interviews. Being involved in our programming offers you the opportunity to give back to the MSU community and make friends with students from around the world.

Ambassadors are key to our year round programming. If you apply to be an Ambassador, you will hear from us regarding your availability in November.


  • Currently enrolled in students at Michigan State University
  • Foreign language skill preferred but not required
  • Student service, study abroad or international experience preferred


  • All applications can be completed online through Qualtrics
  • Applicants will be required to submit a current resume, and a short statement describing qualifications for, and interest in, becoming an ASP&E ambassador
  • All eligible ambassadors will be notified by email and will be required to attend a training session before their first semester with the program


The application deadline is April 15 to participate in Fall 2022 programming.