Who are the Rawls College of Business Ambassadors?
The Rawls Ambassadors consist of 30-40 elite students. Ambassadors act as representatives of the Rawls College of Business throughout the campus and community. They encourage the retention of students while attending various events on behalf of the college.
When were the Ambassadors founded?
The Rawls Ambassadors were founded in the fall of 1992.
What is the required time commitment?
The Rawls Ambassadors hold bi-weekly meetings on Wednesdays at 6:15PM. Events are held throughout the year and expectations will be based on availability. The Rawls Ambassadors operate on a system where members will be required to obtain a certain number of points each semester. Failure to obtain this requirement will result in a probationary period with the possibility of removal.
Ambassadors typically recruit in the fall and spring semester
each year. Historically, recruitment takes place in the months
of November and April.
Every semester, the Rawls Ambassadors will post an online application.
What are the requirements?
Applicants must be a student at the Rawls College of Business. University Studies and Business minor students are not eligible. Applicants are required to have a Texas Tech Cumulative GPA of 3.25 and at least two full semesters remaining. Ambassadors must remain in good academic standing with Texas Tech University and the Rawls College of Business If this is your first semester at Texas Tech, you are not eligible to apply.
How many new ambassadors do you recruit each semester?
Ambassadors typically consist of 30-40 members. The number of
accepted applications varies based on the application pool and
What is recruitment like?
Recruitment will begin with a mandatory information session for applicants. At this information session, first-round interviews will be scheduled. First-round interviews will be held at a given time and location. We ask that members arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your interview. Typically, these interviews last between 10-15 minutes. Applicants who move to the final-round will receive an invitation after all first-round interviews have been completed. The final-round consists of a networking opportunity with all of the current Rawls Ambassadors. Selected applicants will be contacted via phone call after the event. Dress for the information session is business causal, and dress for the remainder of recruitment is business professional.
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