The Association of Recovery in Higher Education (ARHE) is thrilled to announce our Student Ambassador Program for this July’s 8th National Collegiate Recovery Conference. The 2017 Student Ambassador Program is made possible by the contributions of Cumberland Heights.

 

Who are the student ambassadors and what do they do?

Nearly 40 students from across the country applied for one of 10 student ambassador positions. The ten students who have been chosen represent each of ARHE’s seven geographic regions! Half of the ambassadors are undergraduate students while the other half are in a graduate program. This wide array of cities, states, and academic focuses will allow for a holistic representation of the national collegiate recovery landscape. Student ambassadors will be presenting, running our social media, coordinating conference entertainment, or some combination of the three. Each of these three tracks has roughly the same number of ambassadors enrolled, ensuring that these three areas of the conference will be lively and well rounded. We are so excited to be working with these brilliant and engaged collegiate recovery advocates!

 

Please join us in congratulating our Student Ambassadors online using the hashtag #ARHEambassadors.

Registration for the conference will open Wednesday March 8th. We hope to see you in D.C. this July!

 

For more information, contact the conference committee at conference@collegiaterecovery.org