Alumni Student Ambassadors
Our mission is to engage with alumni, represent student voices, and serve as a resource to the university administration. Through this work, we serve as a bridge in connecting these diverse communities while honoring and furthering the traditions of the Johns Hopkins experience.
The Alumni Student Ambassadors are a diverse group of students who possess strong leadership, public speaking, and interpersonal skills. This group was established in 2007 to strengthen the relationship between current students and alumni of Johns Hopkins University. Ambassadors serve as the student voice of the University to a variety of external and internal constituents. These students have the opportunity to meet and interact with alumni, trustees, and university administrators while actively participating in Alumni Relations activities.
The ASA have participated in events on the Homewood Campus, throughout the Baltimore area, and in various cities throughout the United States, including the following events:
- Student Send-off Parties
- Young Alumni Weekend
- Dedication ceremonies
- Fundraising events
- Rising to the Challenge
- Baltimore Chapter events
- Alumni Weekend
The Ambassadors staff events and serve in a variety of capacities. Some examples of ASA roles include: providing a student perspective in committee meetings, engaging alumni in conversations at receptions, sharing student experiences at Homewood with alumni and friends of the university, and serving as greeters at other events.
Students are selected to become Student Ambassadors through a nomination process. For any questions regarding the ASA or the nomination process, please contact Jeanine Kern.