Engineering Ambassador Program


The Engineering Ambassador Program within the School of Engineering (SoE) is an opportunity for students to help shape the future community of engineers at Rutgers University. The Engineering Ambassadors serve as representatives for the school, sharing the school’s mission and vision, along with their personal experiences. They can be seen at various events like the SoE campus tours, student panels, community outreach events, Engineer’s Week and Rutgers Spring Open House.

Our Vision

To build and inspire a diverse community of future engineers that strives to exemplify the highest level of collaboration, intellectual curiosity, and social conscientiousness.

Our Mission

As advocates for the mission of the School of Engineering (SoE), we embody teamwork, diversity, integrity and service. By tapping into our experiences, we empower prospective students to find their niche within the Rutgers community, and by engaging in open dialogue between faculty and staff, we can develop and maintain transparency throughout SoE.

Learn More

You can learn more about the members of the Engineering Ambassador program and their involvement at Rutgers on our Meet the Ambassadors page or on our Instagram.

You can learn more about becoming a member of the Engineering Ambassador program by visiting our Apply page.


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