Beedie Ambassador Program

Be Inspired

Be Inspired | Beedie Ambassadors are a group of dedicated undergraduate students who provide the business community with a unique look into the Beedie School of Business. Ambassadors represent Beedie at a minimum of six events per year, both on–and off–campus.

Become a Beedie Ambassador

Beedie Ambassadors are selected for their commitment and contributions to the school and greater community. We choose five Ambassadors per term, each serving a one-year commitment.

All applications will be considered; however, we give preference to students who meet the following criteria:

  • Minimum 60 credit hours but not graduating within the next two terms
  • Minimum 2.67 GPA
  • Involved in extracurricular activities on and/or off campus

Beedie Ambassadors are provided with training and are given the opportunity to write for the Experience Beedie blog. Over the course of the one–year term, Ambassadors will also put together a TED Talk–style presentation, which may be featured in SFU and community events.

A call for applications is posted to the Beedie Dashboard once per term.

Read the profiles of our current and past Beedie Ambassadors.

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