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Join the ECEE Student Ambassador Program

The ECEE Volunteer Student Ambassador Program was established in 2014 as an opportunity for student volunteers to assist advising by interacting with new, continuing, and prospective students at ASU.

Each semester the ECEE Advising Team is responsible for organizing, hosting, and participating in events focused on recruiting and retaining quality students in Electrical Engineering. As part of this effort, we believe it is important for new, continuing, and prospective students to hear about the ASU experience from their fellow students! Our ECEE Student Ambassadors join us in meeting these students and providing a peer to peer conversation about what it means to attend a major university and encouraging studying at ASU.

The program provides our Student Ambassadors an opportunity to get involved in activities outside of the usual classroom setting and achieve the recognition that comes with community service. It also creates a vehicle for newly enrolled students to interact with existing and successful students in a friendly, casual environment.

The ECEE undergraduate program engages the Student Ambassadors directly in developing feedback about the program and seeking suggestions for improvement. Specifically, the ambassadors review the EE program educational outcomes each year with the EE program chair and the director of the school.  Sound interesting? We encourage you to apply and join your peers in this exciting opportunity!

Lauren de Luna

Lauren de Luna Academic Success Advisor Sr.

Volunteer now and enrich your ASU experience!

Contact the Student Ambassador Program Organizer, Lauren de Luna.

To be eligible, you must have attended at least two semesters at ASU and be in good academic standing.

(Please note this is not affiliated with the Fulton Ambassador Program, this is specific to Electrical Engineering.)

lauren.deLuna@asu.edu

Meet your student ambassadors

McKyla Beuttler

McKyla Beuttler

McKyla Beuttler started at Arizona State Univesity in August 2017 after graduating from Corona del Mar Highschool. From the moment Beuttler arrived on campus, she has taken advantage of the many opportunities available to the School of Electrical, Computer and...

Samuel Kapend

Samuel Kapend

Samuel Kapend graduated from the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering in May 2020 with his undergraduate degree in electrical engineering. He is now pursuing his MSE from ASU while working full time as a Tech Technician II at Collins Aerospace. In addition to being an...

Naysan Sahba

Naysan Sahba

Arizona State University was the perfect school for Naysan Sahba. His love of the desert terrain and outdoor activities paired with affordability and a solid engineering program at ASU sealed the deal. The opportunities available within the field of electrical...

Youssef Serag

Youssef Serag

When Youssef came to Arizona State University in the fall of 2018, he didn’t just come to get a degree, he came to jumpstart his career. The endless academic and professional opportunities at ASU and the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering helped...

Nicole Swatton

Nicole Swatton

Nicole Swatton’s love of the desert climate and interest in solar energy brought her to Arizona State University in 2018. Swatton found a home with the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering where she is immersed in the power and energy sector of...

Alexander Whitthus

Alexander Whitthus

Alexander came to Arizona State University in August 2018. The innovative nature of the university along with the opportunity to be a part of the prestigious honors college and engineering school is why Alexander choose ASU. A graduate of Desert Ridge High School in...

Donald Wilson

Donald Wilson

Donald Wilson recently graduated from Arizona State University with his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. In his senior year, he worked as a developer for ASU’s Internet of Things sparking a new interest for him in computer engineering. Days after his...

Charles Wolfe

Charles Wolfe

Charles Wolfe graduated high school in Muncie, Indiana and made his way across the United States to ASU because of the reputation of the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering. Charles is a natural engineer and loves to learn how computers and...

Andrew Xi

Andrew Xi

Andrew Xi’s parents are both electrical engineers, so you might say that EE is in his blood. This next-generation engineer chose ASU for its affordability and as a Corona del Sol High School graduate, the in-state tuition was a big selling point. In his academic...