Pandemic Safety Ambassador Program Seeks Volunteers

    August 11, 2020

    In order to assist with plan implementation, the University is launching a Pandemic Safety Ambassador Program that will be overseen by the Pandemic Safety Officer (PSO). Employees can volunteer to serve as ambassadors; they will be posted throughout campus at peak times to remind students, faculty and staff of the requirements contained in the Plan.

    The PSO is holding two, one-hour zoom training sessions this week: Thursday, August 13 at 9:00 a.m. and August 14 at 9:00 a.m. More information about the Pandemic Safety Ambassador Program is contained here. Anyone interested in volunteering to serve as an Ambassador and in attending one of this week’s training sessions should contact the PSO at to receive the Zoom information. 

    Students interested in serving as Ambassadors should also contact the PSO to express interest. (Students who were awarded work study but are not able to identify a position on campus, can also apply to serve as an ambassador.) Additional training sessions will be held later this month and into early September as needed.

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