Vol State Announces New President’s Ambassadors
Volunteer State Community College has a new group of President’s Ambassadors for 2021-2022. The Ambassadors represent the college at events, conduct campus tours, and help with public relations. Students selected for the President’s Ambassadors scholarship program go through a rigorous vetting and interview process. Successful candidates are selected from over two thousand eligible students. To be eligible for the program students must have a cumulative 3.0 grade point average and have completed at least 12 college-level credit hours at Vol State. The scholarship covers full tuition and fees at the in-state rate, as well as a $300 per semester book stipend. Students selected serve a one-year term.
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The 2021-2022 Vol State President’s Ambassadors from left to right. Front: Junia Dindinger, Monterey; Kenneth Garner, Gallatin; Olivia McHenry, Smyrna; Kamryn Brandon, Nashville; Bailey Guy, Hendersonville; and Tracie Davis, Cookeville. Back- Eli Harris, Cookeville; Abbey Auberson, Livingston; Eli Harris, Monterey; Lori McLerran, Portland; Meredith Rabe, Mt. Juliet; Grace Glover, Hendersonville; and Chloe Espinosa, Goodlettsville.
About Vol State
Volunteer State Community College has more than 100 areas of study and offers two-year degrees, certificates and paths to university transfer with campuses in Gallatin, Springfield, Cookeville, and Livingston, and through online education. Workforce Development extends the college mission to the entire community. For more information, visit volstate.edu. The College System of Tennessee, governed by the Tennessee Board of Regents, is the state’s largest public higher education system, with 13 community colleges, 27 colleges of applied technology and the online TN eCampus, serving more than 100,000 students.