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COB Ambassadors

The College of Business Ambassadors are student leaders providing service to their fellow peers and university. They nurture prospective and current students in professional development, involvement, and culture. Ambassadors teach valuable business skills and build strong networks that enable them to further their real world insight. COB ambassadors strive to promote excellence, unity, and service.


Ambassador Group Photo 2021 


Current Ambassadors:

President: Macy Lee

Vice President: Marissa Sewell

Secretary: Dawson Lane

Ambassador Executive Team: Dawson Lane, Marissa Sewell, and Macy Lee

Addison Dorris, AJ Alcorn, Alisha Jones, Allison Baggett, Ally Perry, Bailey Hooper, Baylee Dalton,
Brenden Fraine, Callie Gudino, Caston Moses, Coble Brooks, Daisy Carrillo, Dawson Lane, Grace Maupin,
Jaden George, Judd Copeland, Kate Plunket, Katherine Malone, Macy Lee, Marissa Sewell, Shannon Sherman, Sierra Delon, Sydney Murrell, Sydney Walls, Sydnie Spivey, Talia Story


How to Get Involved

The College of Business Student Ambassadors recruit new members during the Fall semester. By filling out an application, participating in an interview process, and meeting the club’s requirements, College of Business Students may become members of the organization.
Below are the qualifications, benefits, and activities of the Ambassador team. We hope you will consider joining are family and serving the campus with us!

Recruitment Schedule:

Oct. 19th: Application Opens

Oct. 29th: Application Closes

Nov. 5th: Interview Offers Extended

Nov. 9th-12th: Interviews

Nov. 19th: Invitations Announced


Ambassadors Qualifications

  • Must be a full time Business major
  • Minimum of 12 credit hours from TN Tech at the end of their first semester
  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
  • Strong communication skills
  • Enjoy working with people

Ambassador Benefits

COB Ambassadors:

  • Work behind the scenes of College of Business events and workshops
  • Consult with prospective students from high schools and community colleges
  • Network with alumni, donors, and local leadership to represent the College of Business
  • Provide student insight into the professional world
  • Advise current students on school schedules and business conduct
  • Involve students in clubs/organizations/events
  • Represent Tennessee Tech
  • Participate in annual Ambassador training day

Ambassador Activities

Ambassadors have the privilege to help delegate, work and organize events such as:

  • Homecoming
  • Foundation Dinner
  • Scholarship Banquet
  • Window on the World
  • Table for 10 and other PRL Events
  • President’s Box at Home Football Games
  • High School and Community College Recruitment
  • Professional Workshops
  • University Tours

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