Occupational Therapy Student Ambassador

Federal Work Study (Springfield MA)

Post: Jul 02 2019

Type: FWS


May not work when class is scheduled even if class is canceled (no exceptions)

Must be eligible for Federal Work Study


Graduate Admissions


Amanda Duncan, Hannah Hartzsch, & Kerry Cole


The Occupational Therapy Student Ambassador will support graduate admissions staff in a variety of roles, including entry of documents, preparing for Open Houses, prospective student inquiry follow-up and potentially serving as a tour guide for incoming graduate students.

  • Verbal and written communication with prospective students
  • Manage incoming and outgoing phone calls with perspective occupational therapy students; sharing your experiences within the program as well as relaying admissions standards to students.
  • Working with the occupational therapy admissions counselor to create admissions events and materials for prospective occupational therapy students.
  • Support graduate admissions at open houses and general information sessions


Student Ambassador duties include engaging in frequent written and verbal communication with prospective students. In this effort, Student Ambassadors may make phone calls on weekday evenings (Monday through Friday), and conduct scheduled tours each week. Further, Student Ambassadors will be expected to assist with campus events which may include scheduled events for the Office of Graduate Admissions when necessary. Other duties will include performing clerical input/mailings, training future Student Ambassadors, asking and answering questions, referring questions to appropriate admissions counselors or departments, responding to inquiries sent to the graduate admissions email account, and ensuring the accuracy of information being put forth on behalf of the College. The occupational therapy student ambassador will work primarily with prospective occupational therapy students; however, they may be asked to work with other prospective graduate students as appropriate.


Candidates who would excel in this role will have a high attention to detail, be able to communicate efficiently and effectively with a variety of individuals, have an affinity to AIC and an interest in higher education offerings.

Candidates must be junior or senior in the occupational therapy program, in good academic standing within the MSOT program. All interested candidates must have the approval and endorsement of the director of the occupational therapy department prior to being hired for this role.

Employment within this role is contingent on a student maintaining good standing. Withdrawing from the occupational therapy program or failure to progress in good standing will result in immediate removal from this position.

Employer's online application: https://aic.campuslabs.com/engage/submitter/form/start/189985

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