The mission of the HCTC President’s Student Ambassadors is to promote the strategic plan of Hazard Community and Technical College through a leadership and service organization that embodies diversity and engages the unique talents of HCTC students in support of institutional advancement.
The President’s Student Ambassadors consists of a small group of students dedicated to working closely with Admissions, Advancement and the Office of the President representing HCTC in a variety of capacities. Students will serve as an exemplary role model for our student body, college and community through various service learning projects. By becoming a Student Ambassador, students are signifying their willingness to serve HCTC and support the goals and mission of our college while having fun at the same time.
All members of the President’s Student Ambassador Club are responsible for assisting with determined college activities and services. Activities vary and some are mandatory while others activities are volunteer and arranged around students schedules. Each Student Ambassador commits to one full year of service which includes three hours of service activities per month. There is also a program meeting once a month that is mandatory to attend. Examples of activities include:
Those who serve as HCTC President’s Student Ambassador receive many benefits for their service to the college.
To become a student ambassador, a student must:
If you have questions or comments in reference to HCTC President’s Student Ambassador Program please contact: Delcie Combs, Assistant to the President, via email or call 606-487-3100 or Erica Adams, via email or call 606-487-3104.