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You Can Be a Lion Ambassador Too!

3879955126_6092184122Good news…. the Lion Ambassadors are now holding a recruitment session in efforts to attract new members and are accepting applications from now until December 11th!

If you did not already know, the Lion Ambassadors serve as our Student Alumni Corps, founded in the early 1980’s.  Their main goals are to communicate Penn State’s history and personality, strengthening its traditions, and instilling Penn State pride in current and future students, alumni, and friends. They also strive to instill within students the idea that their involvement with the University can and should be a lifelong commitment, as well as aiding and  assisting the Penn State Alumni Association. They are also pros at walking backwards while talking.

Interested in becoming a part of the Lion Ambassador team?

Applicants for the 2009-2010 academic year must have completed 28 credits prior to fall 2009. Applicants must maintain a 2.5 GPA and have three semesters of classes remaining at University Park. Finally, applicants must be enrolled in classes at University Park in spring 2010.

You can fill out an application by going to the Lion Ambassadors homepage, just make sure to turn it in by December 11, 2009 at 5pm in the lobby of the Hintz Family Alumni Center.

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