CRS Campus Ambassadors are working hard to build a constituency for the global poor on their campuses and to advocate for more just policies.
CRS Campus Ambassadors serve as the official liaison between their campus community and CRS. Each fall, CRS U.S. Regional Offices hold regional Campus Ambassador trainings, and send Campus Ambassadors back to campus equipped to advocate for and educate others on social justice issues. In 2012, CRS was delighted to train 223 CRS Campus Ambassadors from 42 colleges and universities.
CRS Campus Ambassadors are supported by CRS programs and resources and report directly to their faculty/staff supervisors in the sponsoring campus office. The CRS Campus Ambassador network share their successes and best practices with CRS and network with their peer Ambassadors at other universities.
If you are interested in becoming a CRS Campus Ambassador at your school, contact us!