The Forensic Science Program at UNL has a team of students who volunteer their time to share their experiences with prospective students. These student ambassadors assist with campus and outreach activities such as:
- Recruiting events
- Calling campaigns
- Red Letter Day lunches
- Follow up with campus visitors/prospective students using email, phone and/or letter correspondence.
For information with how to get in touch with an ambassador, contact Ben Heinisch at 402-472-7885 or email@example.com
Madi is complementing her Forensic Science degree with classes in national security. She plans to continue on with a graduate degree in a forensic specialization and would like to work at a lab, agency, or department as a Crime Scene Investigator.
Jamie is majoring in Forensic Science with a minor in Biochemistry. She is also serving as an intern for the USDA. In the future, she would like to work in a crime lab as a lab supervisor.
Interested in becoming an ambassador?
We will be seeking additional Ambassadors for the student recruitment team starting Fall 2017.
- Have a sophomore or above standing as of May 7, 2017.
- Be enrolled as a Forensic Science Major.
- Have a minimum GPA of 3.0.
- Available to work 15 hours per semester.
- Attend at least 2 planning meetings per semester.
- Participate in a training program.
- Be willing to travel and participate in occasional evening and/or weekend activities.
- Have good knowledge of the academic and extra-curricular offerings of the Forensic Science Program, CASNR and UNL.
- Demonstrate leadership, writing and speaking skills.
- Applications are due to Ben Heinisch by (TBD).
- New student ambassadors will be notified the week of (TBD), 2017.
- Application Form
- A resume-building volunteer experience.
- Increased interactions with Forensic Science faculty and staff.
- Student ambassadors will be provided with:
- Name tag
- Forensic Science Ambassador Shirt
- Business Cards
For More Information
Contact Ben Heinisch at 402-472-7885 or firstname.lastname@example.org