Presidential Ambassadors | Thomas Nelson Community College

Presidential Ambassadors

Question: What are they?

Answer: Presidential Ambassadors volunteer and serve Thomas Nelson in a variety of ways. They serve as tour guides, assist staff at special events, provide administrative support in campus offices, usher at theatre performances, and volunteer for student-oriented activities on both the Hampton and Williamsburg campuses.

Students who complete at least fifteen hours of volunteer work as a Presidential Ambassador are eligible to receive the Community Service Scholarship of $100.00 tuition assistance per semester. Students are eligible for this volunteer opportunity after completing one semester at Thomas Nelson Community College.

Benefits of being an ambassador are:

  • Learn more about Thomas Nelson
  • Thank you letter from the college president
  • Improve your communication skills
  • Free Thomas Nelson polo shirt
  • Lunch and free training
  • Meet college administrators
  • Help your college
  • $100 bucks

For more information contact Michelle Manfred: manfredm@tncc.edu 757-825-3524

Congratulations to Ryan Cutchin and Angelina Johnstin who are recipients of a pilot Ambassador program Involving a volunteer time commitment of 10 months and receiving a $1000 stipend.”