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Multicultural Ambassadors

Become a Multicultural Ambassador!

Who are the Multicultural Ambassadors?

Multicultural Ambassadors are students at Tarleton State University who are committed to listening, learning, sharing, and growing by expanding their horizons.

How do I become a Multicultural Ambassador?

You must sign a pledge to be part of the Multicultural Ambassadors program. The pledge notes your dedication to diversity, to inclusion, to respectful communication and empathic listening. Once you've completed your pledge, you receive a t-shirt and list of activities. It is easy to join! Just stop by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion in TSC # 21 or email diversity@tarleton.edu.

What do the Multicultural Ambassadors do?

Multicultural Ambassadors volunteer to collaboratively explore new ideas, expand opportunities through activities on and off campus, and pledge to foster respectful communication in every day interactions. Like true ambassadors, the goal of each student is to cross cultural bridges, build relationships across cultures, and explore the bonds that we all share.

By modeling effective and respectful listening and communication in their every day lives, the Multicultural Ambassadors are spreading civility. We have monthly Luncheons where we all learn and grow around special topics, social reflective gatherings, on- and off-campus activities, and explore additional skills training through the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. We tailgate at each home football game to share our message with others and cheer on our Texans! Additionally, we take some fun trips off-campus to the State Fair, to explore spoken word poetry, and to volunteer.

Multicultural Ambassadors can be found at most of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion events! We serve as facilitators, leaders, guides, and participants and we hope to see you at our next event!

Read along with the experiences and reflections of our Multicultural Ambassador Bloggers at our Diversity & Inclusion blog!

Upcoming Events

  • Join us for our Spoken Word Poetry Open Mic series. September 11, October 2, and November 6 from 11:30-12:30 at the Amphitheater near the Dining Hall.
  • Learn more about diversity at our diversity luncheons on September 18 and October 23 from 12:00-1:00 p.m. in TSC 27.
  • Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at our Hispanic Heritage Street Dance on September 25 from 4:00-6:00 p.m. in front of the Dining Hall and make it a goal to attend our soccer tournament from 5:00 - 11:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 28th. Sign up your 7-person team at www.imleagues.com/tarleton

To see a complete list of upcoming events visit the upcoming events page.

Activities

Hispanic Heritage Festival

Multicultural Ambassador - Summer King

Diversity Awards Ceremony Most Active Multicultural Ambassador Kirsten Lee

Dr Lora Helvie-Mason and Kirsten Lee with Most Active M.A. award

Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Camp Out

Students who participated in the HHAW campout

Check out our Photostream

Blog about it!

Our Multicultural Ambassadors strive to reach out and share their experiences. As part of our Digital Diversity Campaign, they share their thoughts on activities, experiences, and our cultural excursions. Please read along with the experiences and reflections of our Multicultural Ambassador Bloggers at our Diversity & Inclusion blog!