City Ambassadors is a program of the Office of Governmental Affairs and is comprised of Sacramento State students dedicated to bringing awareness to higher education issues, advocating on behalf of students, and registering students to vote in the state and national elections.
City Ambassador Duties
- Promote engagement with the ASI Board of Directors to help fulfill their Strategic Plan.
- Attend advocacy training provided by the Office of Governmental Affairs.
- Research city wide issues that will affect students on the Sac State campus.
- Table to increase Voter Registration on Sac State’s campus.
- If possible, work Polling Booth on campus for State/National Elections.
- Attend community events hosted by Assembly members, Senators and Representatives.
- Meet with the Chambers of Commerce members, City Council members, etc.
- Organize events on campus and in the Sacramento community promoting city issues.
For more information, on city programs and local businesses: Sacramento City Council
Why Should You Join City Ambassadors?
These services are great opportunities for students because you gain experience firsthand. Also, you will:
- Gain research experience.
- Make professional contacts.
- Develop and improve public speaking skills.
- Gain leadership skills.
- Have a voice to improve higher education issues.
- Be involved in the campus community.
- Be involved with city issues.
- Practice professionalism.
2019-2020 City Ambassador Meeting Dates
How Do You Join City Ambassadors?
Involvement is open to all students from every major, year, and experience level. The only requirement is that you are a Sac State student interested in making a difference and having his or her voice heard.