Arts Ambassador Program

Journalistic training and beyond

"I learned so much from this program - from brainstorming ideas to pitching stories, from formulating questions to conducting interviews, from submitting several drafts to seeing my articles get published - there's nothing more fulfilling than watching the work of my creation receiving feedback from others and engaging with the broader McGill community."

About the program

The Arts Ambassador Program provides students with the opportunity to develop hands-on training in journalism, public relations, and communications. Working closely with the Faculty of Arts’ communication team, students learn how to pitch articles and write different styles of journalistic pieces related to the arts, social sciences and humanities. Participating students will write and submit four articles throughout the academic year. Upon completion of the program, students will be recognized on their Co-Curricular Record.

What are Arts Ambassadors?

Arts Ambassadors are students who love sharing experiences and are excited to showcase the diverse offerings of the Faculty of Arts. Keen to share their passion for their studies, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, they will have the opportunity do so via the official Faculty of Arts websites and social media channels. Just as the student body is made up of a diverse mix of backgrounds, cultures and aspirations, our Ambassadors illustrate the incredible plurality of the Faculty of Arts.

Meet our Ambassadors

Become an Ambassador

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