Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering Ambassadors
The Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering ambassadors are an elite group of undergraduate students who enhance and expand student representation in BME alumni and development efforts and recruitment and retention activities.
Benefits to the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering
The BME ambassador program benefits the Weldon School by:
- Demonstrating our high-quality students and education to donors, industrial advisory committee members, alumni, prospective students, and other friends of Purdue Biomedical Engineering.
- Promoting an understanding of the field of biomedical engineering to prospective students, alumni, donors, and friends of the School.
- Providing a student's view of the curriculum, facilities, extra-curricular activities, and campus life.
- Promoting goodwill for the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering and Purdue University at events, activities, and programs.
Benefits for Biomedical Engineering Students
Participation in the ambassador program enhances the student’s educational experience by:
- Developing marketable skills in leadership, teamwork, interpersonal communication, and public speaking.
- Providing opportunities for students to interface with University and BME administration.
- Involving ambassadors in opportunities to help constituents make well-informed decisions about their educational future or contributions to the Weldon School.
- Creating networking opportunities for potential future employment.
Interested in becoming a BME ambassador? Check out our ambassador criteria page to learn more about the position description and selection criteria.