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Baker Ambassadors

Baker Ambassadors

Students selected to serve as Baker Ambassadors help create, plan, and manage special events in connection with the Baker Center. Ambassadors participate in activities associated with the National Campaign for Civic and Political Engagement, a Harvard-led consortium which focuses on political engagement from research to educational programs for college and younger students. They also plan educational and social events for the Baker Center Living and Learning Community, Baker Scholars, and the public.

The Baker Ambassadors role is action-oriented, whereby students are given hands-on opportunities in the areas that interest them most. Whether through organizing the annual fall policy challenge or an on-campus debate, encouraging high school students to become involved in the political process, or registering people to vote, ambassadors gain invaluable experience and connections, while providing an important public service.

2016-2017 Baker Ambassadors

  • Ben Bergman
  • Alex Kaplan
  • Anita Vorhees
  • Anna Greer
  • Caitlyn McCandless
  • Chris Jones
  • Chrissy Freeland
  • Diana Howell
  • Ella LaRose
  • Emily Scott
  • Grace Malone
  • Greta Roberts
  • Hayley Gerlach
  • Jack Larimer
  • Kylie Ronnow
  • Lucy Greer
  • Mickayla Stogsdill
  • Morgan Chance
  • Nathan Timbs
  • Sarah Smith
  • Travis Clark
  • Trevor Dixon
  • Tristan Smith
  • Turner Matthews
  • Will Gabelman
  • Will Gilman
  • William Dyer

Applications from sophomores and up are accepted in the fall and spring semesters.

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