Become a Collegiate Ambassador

The Foundation’s Collegiate Ambassador program consists of Tri Sigma undergraduate members who advocate for our philanthropic mission. Ambassadors are selected annually through an application and interview process. Our team of collegiate ambassadors will be responsible for educating members about individual and chapter philanthropy, along with service-based projects impacting our Sigma Serves Children initiatives.

The 2019-2020 online application is available. Submit your application no later than April 30, 2019 at 11:59 pm EST. Download the full Collegiate Ambassador Description here.

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Summary: Each Foundation Ambassador should be passionate and willing to advocate for Tri Sigma Foundation’s mission, including our philanthropic partnership with March of Dimes. Ambassadors will be responsible for working closely with Tri Sigma Foundation staff and volunteers to educate collegiate women about the Foundation and its giving opportunities, such as Lucy’s Legacy Undergraduate Giving Club. All Foundation Ambassadors will work together to increase collegiate donors and philanthropic engagement related to scholarship, leadership development and Sigma Serves Children.


  • Completed at least two undergraduate semesters prior to the 2019-2020 academic school year.
  • Minimum GPA of 2.75
  • Will not graduate prior to May 2020
  • Demonstrates leadership within her chapter and/or on her campus.
  • Ability to share why it is important to give and support the Foundation

For questions about this opportunity or application process, contact Ambassador Coordinator Joey Koenig at

Meet the 2018-2019 Collegiate Ambassadors and contact them for more information about their experience.

“Because of my experience through being a Tri Sigma Foundation Ambassador, I was able to connect with sisters all over the country. I have also learned so much about the Foundation. Now I feel I can better educate my sisters, potential new members, and my family as well. I am so thankful for this experience and I will truly miss it when I graduate this spring.” Anna Herff, Alpha Xi