In his 2013 State of the Union address, President Obama said that through a collaborative effort among the United States and its allies, the ability to end extreme poverty within the next two decades is a goal within reach.
This program is uniquely crafted for students interested in a Peace Corps service; however, it is also an excellent learning-opportunity for students interested in complex international topics (i.e. international business, law, public health, global affairs, social work, etc.)
Campus Ambassador will have the opportunity to help manage the social media of Peace Corps at ASU, be encouraged to attend events on global cross-cutting issues, and gain valuable skills in networking, while interacting with a variety of different groups and individuals.
2015 MLK Student Servant-Leadership Award nominations are open! Full-time students have the opportunity to win a $1,000 scholarship!
In a conference room in a non-descript downtown Maricopa County office building, Arizona State University senior Jared McDaniel listens intently as Maricopa County manager Tom Manos talks about his career in public service.