​​​​​EVC Student Success Ambassador Program​ (SSAP)

Student Success Ambassador Program (SSAP) 

SSAP Mission​

The Student Success Ambassador Program (SSAP) at EVC seeks to support student success and promote EVC. SS Ambassadors serve as representatives of the Student Success Center and the college at large, working with faculty, staff, other students and members of the community to promote EVC academic programs, support services and (Student Success Center activities). They assist with recruitment, high-school visits, campus tours, special events, community service, and speaking engagements​.


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Success Ambassadors:

  • Gain leadership experience
  • Meet new peers and professionals
  • Challenge themselves and work beside experts
  • Serve as peer mentors to other EVC students

Keep in mind…This experience is great for college applications and resumes!

If you are interested in becoming a SS Ambassador, email

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Become a Student Success Ambassador!

· Flexible schedules that work around your class schedule

· Convenient on-campus work locations

· Federal Work Study available

· Excellent work experience

· Looks great on a resume!

· Learn more about Student Success

· Bilingual Students are highly desirable


· Must be Registered at EVC for at least  6 units  each Fall or  Spring
  semester that they serve as a Student Ambassador

· Must maintain a Cumulative GPA of 2.0.


· Manage the Information Hub in the Student Success Center (SSC)

· Participate in all Student Success events as requested

· Assist with daily operations of SSC including providing support during

· Serve as role models and peer mentors,  educating  students  on
  various EVC programs and services

· Provide assistance with MyWeb registration & Ed. Plan navigation


 Student ambassadors support various events throughout campus:

· Days at the Green: A large annual event in which hundreds of high   school students are oriented to the EVC campus, meet with a counselor to form an abbreviated Ed. Plan, and register for classes for the first time.

· Student Orientations: Throughout the year, orientations are held in which new students learn about EVC and register for their first semester of classes.

· Transfer Day: Students meet with college representatives in person to discuss their transfer options.

· Open House: Everyone is invited to come and visit EVC and learn about the various services  and  programs  offered across campus.

· Spooktacular: A special Halloween event with games & entertainment promoting EVC Support & Special Programs.

Graduation: Students celebrate their achievements with friends and family

Locations Available
Outreach Ambassadors reach out to local high schools, support the Early Admissions Program, participate in the annual Days at the Green event, and assist at the Graduation ceremony.

Transfer  & Career Center:
The Career & Transfer Center supports new student orientations throughout the year and is open throughout the summer. The CTC also offers many events including Transfer Day, college visits, and many Student Success & Career Workshops.

Student Success Center (SSC):
The Student Success Center consists of Assessment, Counseling, Transfer & Career Center, Equity Plus/YESS, and other
Support  &  Special  Academic programs. Student Ambassadors may be assigned to alternative locations in one of the many support programs that the Student Success Center provides.

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For an application contact:

Supervisor: Song-Ho Tran

Phone: (408) 270-7900 x6526

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