The L612 Magnet Ambassador Program is to provide an opportunity for students to serve as leaders in their school community. Students with excellent communication skills and the ability to interact with both students and adults are encouraged to get involved. Ambassadors are responsible for serving as tour guides during school visits, making presentations at elementary and middle schools across the district, and participating in community events.
What is a Magnet Ambassador?
A Magnet Ambassador is a student leader who serves as a liaison, spokesperson, and advocate for Lauderhill 6-12 STEM MED. Ambassadors must have strong interpersonal skills, a positive attitude, and commitment to integrity. L612 Magnet Ambassadors are highly motivated and energetic. These students possess effective decision making skills, the ability to motivate others, and a willingness to work as a team. Being involved in the Magnet Ambassador program is a great way to meet new people, develop new skills, and play a leadership role on campus!
- Assisting during new student orientation processes.
- Giving campus tours.
- Assisting with special events such as magnet showcases, parent nights, STEM activities, and community events.
Why should I be a Magnet Ambassador?
- Expand your communication and leadership skills.
- Opportunities to meet and serve a wide variety of people.
- Opportunities to share your L 6-12 knowledge and experience with elementary and middle school students.
- Building your resume with letters of recommendations.
How do I become a Magnet Ambassador?
For an application, please contact Ms. Gillings. To be considered for the Magnet Ambassador program, a student must have a cumulative GPA of 2.7. Once selected for the program, students must maintain a cumulative GPA of at least a 2.5.