Application deadline: August 23, 2013

2014 Ambassador Application

An ambassador is an SC student who is a strong leader, enthusiastic musician and hard worker. Ambassadors take on extra leadership responsibilities during the school year leading up to the festival to promote Southwestern College. They also provide assistance and support for the counselors and festival staff during the festival week.

Contact Information

Last Name  
First Name  
E-mail Address  

Festival Information

Have you been a festival participant in the past? Yes
No
If so, what year(s)?  

Questionnaire

Please answer the following questions in complete sentences.

Why are you interested in applying for the Ambassador program?

Describe how you will promote SC throughout the festival experience.

Give an example of a time when you have handled conflict effectively.

What will be your greatest contribution to the Cole Family Summer Music Festival?

References

Once you submit this form, you will be given a link to an online Reference Form. Please share this link with each of your three references.

Band/choir/orchestra director, private music instructor, religious mentor, teacher/faculty member, or a personal reference.

Reference 1

Name  
E-mail Address  
Phone Number  
Relationship to participant  

Reference 2

Name  
E-mail Address  
Phone Number  
Relationship to participant  

Reference 3

Name  
E-mail Address  
Phone Number  
Relationship to participant  

Signature

I would like to be considered for the Ambassador program during the 2014 Cole Family Summer Festival Program at Southwestern College and I am available Sunday, June 15, 2014 through Sunday, June 22, 2014 to fulfill this position.

By typing my name in the Signature textbox below and submitting this online form I certify under penalty of perjury that all information provided is correct and complete.

Signature:

Date:

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