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Psi Beta members who have moved on to the university, graduate school, or employment can serve as excellent mentors to your current students.

POWERPOINT – Casey Casler, co-advisor at the Community College of Denver, prepared this excellent PowerPoint that describes the how and why of establishing an ambassador program for your chapterClick Here for the PowerPoint. This PowerPoint was presented at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association (RMPA) conference held in Denver (2018).

AMBASSADOR SURVEY – One way to start your ambassador program – keep track of members who have moved on through a follow-up survey. The chapter at Irvine Valley College used Google Forms to create a follow-up survey. The survey helped the chapter identify the whereabouts of former students and the ambassador role(s) they were comfortable accepting. Click Here for a link to a copy of the Irvine Valley survey – feel free to adapt it for your chapter. BTW, Jaye Van Kirk, advisor at San Diego Mesa College and former National President of Psi Beta provided a great deal of help in creating this form.

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