I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it a hundred times before I graduate (maybe a few less); I wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for the Ambassador program.
All of us have gone through the nerve-wracking process that is admissions and as many of us analyzed a SWOT analysis of the different programs, the ability to reach out to current students was priceless. Through coffee talks, class visits, MBA Admit Day, and the blog and twitter updates, potential students have access to the culture and reality of the GSM program. It really is impressive that at the start of its second year, the Ambassadors program is this far-reaching and pronounced.
It goes without saying that the interests of the future classes of the GSM are at the forefront of everything we do. That said; the plan this year is to grow. By creating deeper roots within the GSM and developing communication venues outside of our current outreach efforts, the Ambassador program will strive to serve a larger population of prospective students.
I’m looking forward to the coming year, confident in the Ambassador team and excited to interact with the soon-to-be class of 2010.