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CAHNRS Ambassadors

Apply to be an Ambassador:

Are you interested in becoming a CAHNRS Ambassador? Fill out Ambassador-Application. When completed, please email the completed form to cahnrs.ambassadors@wsu.edu. Someone will contact you regarding the possibility of an interview over Zoom.

The Ambassador Mission:

The CAHNRS Student Ambassadors is a student leadership organization that encourages students to pursue higher education and serves as a liaison between the college and the greater community.

  • Encourage higher education and promote WSU and CAHNRS to high school students
  • Increase visibility, awareness, and support of the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences
  • Participate in CAHNRS and WSU functions and welcome prospective students who visit the campus
  • Educate the public about opportunities and careers in agriculture, family and consumer sciences, design sciences, natural resource sciences, and related disciplines
  • Network with students, faculty, and industry partners in CAHNRS
  • Experience teamwork at its finest and develop valuable relationships

Speak With an Ambassador:

Whether you are a prospective student, current student, curious parent, or high school adviser, one of our Ambassadors can answer your questions. The Ambassadors strive to maintain a diverse membership that represents all areas of CAHNRS and to continuously expand their knowledge about WSU and higher education in general.

To get in touch with an Ambassador, simply send an e-mail to the facilitator describing the topic of your inquiries or interests. He or she will find and connect you with an Ambassador that is knowledgeable in that area. Learn about the 2020-2021 CAHNRS Ambassadors.

Request an Ambassador Visit:

The CAHNRS Ambassadors specialize in informing high school and junior high students about the benefits and different aspects of post-secondary education. We have presentations prepared for different audiences and venues. Our most common services include presenting to high school classes and hosting exhibits at career fairs. Below is a list of common topics covered during presentations.

  • Applying for college
  • Paying for college
  • Choosing a career path
  • Academics at the college level
  • College life apart from academia
  • Clubs and extracurricular activities
  • Information about WSU
  • Information about CAHNRS
  • Answering questions that students have

If your school is interested in having the Ambassadors visit, send an e-mail to the facilitator with the name of your school, preferred timeline of visit, and a description of the setting in which the presentation will take place.

CAHNRS Ambassadors 2020-2021

Abbi Prins

Animal Science

Amelia Dennett

Human Development

Cailin O'Malley

Wildlife Ecology

Caitlyn Paris

Animal Science

Eliane Wibabara

Agricultural & Food Business Economics/Agriculture Economics

Hannah Blackmon

Animal Science

Jacob Gilbreath

Animal Science

Jonah Wisen

Animal Science

Jordan Culpepper

Viticulture and Enology

Juliana LeClair

Agricultural & Food Business Economics

Laailah Ali

Economics

Makayla Raap

Agricultural Technology and Production Management

Marina Ikuse

Food Science

Megan Meharg

Viticulture & Enology

Meghan Belshe

Food Science

Michelle Sikora

Policy & Law

Nicole Snyder

Agricultural Education

Sophia McMaster

Apparel Merchandising

Stephanie Olivera

Agricultural & Food Business Economics/Agricultural Economics

Sydney Almgren

Environmental Science

Taylor Veach

Animal Science

Tori Crosson

Animal Science

Ambassador Alumni


Class of 2020

Contacts and Information:

Executive Committee:

Team Facilitator: Jonah Wisen

Vice Facilitator: Amelia Dennet

Secretary: Hannah Blackmon

Senate Representative: Megan Meharg

PR Coordinator: Jordan Culpepper

 

Anna Whitehall

Anna Whitehall, Advisor

CAHNRS Faculty Member 

awhitehall@wsu.edu  | 509-335-0462