Interested in exploring leadership-level careers and going behind the scenes of local government?
As an ambassador with the City Manager’s Office, post-secondary students gain an inside look at the operations of the City from the perspectives of staff and elected officials.
Students are placed with a primary field mentor who offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse of day-to-day and strategic operations over a period of time, not to exceed the course of one semester and/or 50 hours. Students serve in a volunteer capacity to learn and observe. The majority of the field experience is observing and shadowing the field mentor. Occasionally, field mentors may offer opportunities for students to engage in work under close supervision. These experiences allow students to learn about current issues and see first-hand the complex nature of the City's operations.
This program is an initiative of the College Commission and Parks and Recreation Department. The commission will screen applications for consideration and make recommendations.
Deadline to apply for the Ambassador Program is March 17.
To apply, submit the following information to Mitzi Dew:
A formal interest letter that describes your
o Interest pursuing this position
o Educational background including relevant coursework
o Related work, volunteer, or internship experience
o Short- and long-term career goals
o Availability to begin this role (fall, spring, or summer semester)
An updated resume
A minimum of three references (mix of professional and personal - can be included on resume).
Send the above information to:
Mitzi Dew, Administrative Support Specialist
Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department
1001 4th St.
Greensboro, NC 27405