Become a Student Ambassador!
The Woodland Community College Student Ambassador Program is a leadership opportunity for students who are dedicated to serving and representing Woodland Community College. Student Ambassadors will serve as student representatives of the college to the campus and community.
- Lead campus tours for prospective and K-12 students
- Staff student services information booths & campus events
- Assist new and current students as needed
- Earn money while working on-campus
- $12+ per hour depending on experience / Up to 20 hours per week (may vary)
- Develop leadership skills and experience
- Improve public speaking, interpersonal and communication skills
- Build resume, qualifications, and work experience
- Completed 1 year or beyond at Woodland Community College
- Completed at least 6 units each semester
- Currently enrolled in a minimum of 6 units at WCC
- Minimum GPA of 2.5 and above / Be in Satisfactory Academic Progress
- Bilingual in English & Spanish desirable but not required
Meet our WCC Student Ambassadors
Eduardo J. Garcia
My name is Eduardo García. I am 20 years old and I have been attending Woodland Community College for 2 semesters now. I am majoring in Business Administration and I hope to transfer to Sacramento State in Fall of 2020. My goal is to earn my Bachelors in Finance. After college, I plan to work in the public sector for the State Capital or in the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. My favorite thing about WCC is that our staff is extremely helpful. The professors do everything they can to help students understand material and our counselors make sure that we are on track to reach our educational goals. Outside of school, I enjoy playing video games and spending time with my friends and loved ones.
Hi! My name is Brenda Lomeli. I am a mom and a first generation college student. My major is Communication Studies and I hope to transfer to UC Davis or Sacramento State in Fall of 2020. My short-term goal is to obtain a Bachelor’s degree in Public Speaking and a minor in Psychology or Sociology. One thing I know for sure is that I want to help empower women in my community to get a higher education and take better care of themselves because our mental health matters since they already sacrifice so much for their families. I hope to become a motivational speaker one day to help others with their struggles in life . My favorite thing about the WCC is the staff; they dedicate and commit themselves to students and their success. The staff makes me feel supported and they always encourage me to believe in myself and trust the journey. The services at Woodland Community College is a huge help for students in their transition to a four year university. My goal is to build a community here on campus, where everyone feels safe and supported. Outside of school, I enjoy reading, yoga and spending time with my family.
Hello, my name is Devanshi Maniyar, I am 20 years old. I have attended 3 semesters here at Woodland Community College. I am majoring in Biology and on my way to become a Nurse. I hope to Transfer to SUSJ’s Nursing program in the fall of 2021. My career goal is to become a Pediatric Nurse because I truly enjoy working with kids and I wish to give back to the community. I love being a student at WCC because there are so many opportunities for everyone, there is always someone there to help you through your path to achieve your goals, and we all work together to encourage one another. Outside of school, I love listening to music, exploring new places and spending time with my friends and family!
Hello my name is Adrian Solis; I am 18 years old and I’m a first generation college student. I have been attending Woodland Community College for 2 semesters and plan to transfer to UC Davis in Fall of 2020. My major is Chicano/Latino Studies and I plan to minor in either Spanish or Social work. My goal is to obtain a Masters degree in Chicano/Latino Studies. My dream job is to one day be able to work for the DACA organization. I have a passion for helping people regarding their immigration status in the U.S. and I’d like to be able to provide opportunities to people so they acclimate to life here. My favorite thing about WCC is the environment, specifically the abundance of resources on campus that can aid you with accomplishing your educational goals. The professors here on campus are very welcoming and work with your situation and help you to succeed in your education. Outside of school I enjoy playing sports and getting together with friends and family. I also enjoy traveling to different parts of the world and getting to know those places and meeting new people.