The Ambassador Program creates a platform for student chapters to connect with AIChE's professional members. Students will meet an industry expert, who will "show you the ropes" of being a chemical engineer. This is a great opportunity for professional members to build relationships with future engineers and to strengthen the bonds between your local section and the student chapter.
An Ambassador is a professional AIChE member who is committed to making a difference in the lives of the future chemical engineers. They are practicing professionals who knows what it takes to enter the field of chemical engineering and sustain a successful career. Through volunteering their time, experiences and knowledge, they act as a distinguished resource to the student chapters.
The program aims to match each inquiring student chapter to an ambassaor, ideally from a regional local section. Ambassadors will attend a student chapter meeting to:
- present a topic of interest to the students
- introduce the benefits of being an AIChE member
- answer any questions the students may have
To participate in the AIChE Ambassador Program, please fill out an application.
We would like to thank our Ambassadors!
2011 Spring Visits by Ambassadors
|Philip Huang||University of California, Irvine|
|Mark McGlothlin||University of California, San Diego|
|Micheal Mutnan||Colorado School of Mines|
|Charles Roe||Iowa State University|
|Larry Sohl||Tufts University|
|Micheal Pang||Kansas State University|
|James Gilkey||University of Michigan|
|Salvador Garcia Munoz||Technologico de Monterrey|