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Alumni Ambassadors Program

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College Fairs:
Visit college fairs in your area, either alone or with a Drexel University admissions counselor. There you can talk one-on-one with high school students interested in learning more about Drexel.

Where: Across the U.S. and abroad
When: Spring and fall
Time Commitment: 2-3 hours on a weekday evening, or 2-4 hours on a weekend morning or afternoon
How Often: One or as often as you'd like
Training: Half-day formal training is required. Conducted by an admission counselor either in your area, on campus or online.



Open Houses:
Attend an open house on Drexel’s campus. The Admissions Office is always looking for enthusiastic alumni interested in talking to prospective students, speaking at events or participating in panel discussions about co-op. Open houses are held for prospective students (fall and spring), accepted students (spring), and students who received scholarships (spring).

Where: On campus
When: Spring and fall
Time Commitment: Half-day on the weekend
How Often: Once or twice a year
Training: Half-day formal training is required. Conducted by an admission counselor either in your area, on campus or online.



Regional Receptions:
Attend regional receptions in your area. There you can talk one-on-one with high school juniors or seniors and parents who are interested in learning more about Drexel.

Where: In major cities around the U.S.
When: Spring and fall
Time Commitment: One weekday evening (2-3 hours) per reception
How Often: Once or twice a year
Training: 1-2 hour informal training is required. Conducted by an admission counselor either in your area, on campus, online or via telephone.



New Student Send-off Receptions:
Host a reception in your home or in your area for freshmen enrolling in Drexel from your local high schools.

Where: Across the U.S. and abroad
When: Late summer or early fall before students move to Philadelphia
Time Commitment: One weekday evening or one weekend afternoon
How Often: Once a year
Training: 1-2 hour informal training is required. Conducted by an admission counselor either in your area, on campus, online or via telephone.



Admissions Materials:
Drop admissions materials off at local high schools or offer to be a resource for them.

Where: Across the U.S. and abroad
When: Anytime
Time Commitment: Half-hour on a weekday
How Often: Once a year
Training: 1-2 hour informal training is required. Conducted by an admission counselor either in your area, on campus, online or via telephone.



Ask a Dragon:
As an Ask a Dragon volunteer, you will be featured on our Ask a Dragon web site. Through this web site, prospective students from around the country will be able to contact you to learn more about your Drexel experience.

Where: Across the U.S. and abroad
When: As needed
Time Commitment: 1-2 hours per year, as needed
How Often: As needed
Training: 1-2 hour informal training is required. Conducted by an admission counselor either in your area, on campus, online or via telephone.

alumni@drexel.edu