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The ASUW Ambassadors Program was officially created in January 2010 during the [[109th Session]] after over a year as a pilot program. The program seeks to teach incoming students about the opportunities available to them within ASUW.
 
The ASUW Ambassadors Program was officially created in January 2010 during the [[109th Session]] after over a year as a pilot program. The program seeks to teach incoming students about the opportunities available to them within ASUW.
  
The program was created by  [[Jason Padvorace]] the 109th Session [[Faculty ]]
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The program was created by  [[Jason Padvorac]] the 109th Session [[Director of Faculty, Administration, and Academic Affairs]], [[Tim Mensing]] the 109th Session [[President]], Courtney Hampson the [[UW Leaders]] 08-09 Co-Director, and [[Madeleine McKenna]] the [[UW Leaders]] 08-09 Co-Director, [[109th Session]] [[Vice President]] and [[110th Session]] [[President]]. The program was created to teach freshman, sophomores, and transfer juniors about their student government. In the 08-09 school year the program had 30 participants and each student give a presentation to a FIG class about ASUW. The program is held in Fall Quarter and students learn about ASUW, leadership, and hear presentations from a variety of on campus leaders.

Revision as of 21:22, 25 November 2010

The ASUW Ambassadors Program was officially created in January 2010 during the 109th Session after over a year as a pilot program. The program seeks to teach incoming students about the opportunities available to them within ASUW.

The program was created by Jason Padvorac the 109th Session Director of Faculty, Administration, and Academic Affairs, Tim Mensing the 109th Session President, Courtney Hampson the UW Leaders 08-09 Co-Director, and Madeleine McKenna the UW Leaders 08-09 Co-Director, 109th Session Vice President and 110th Session President. The program was created to teach freshman, sophomores, and transfer juniors about their student government. In the 08-09 school year the program had 30 participants and each student give a presentation to a FIG class about ASUW. The program is held in Fall Quarter and students learn about ASUW, leadership, and hear presentations from a variety of on campus leaders.

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