Spartanburg Methodist College is pleased to announce the 2014-2015 SMC Presidential Ambassadors. This elite group of rising sophomore students is chosen to represent the college on and off campus. Presidential Ambassadors are specifically chosen because of their outstanding leadership qualities and involvement on the SMC campus.
“These young men and women represent what a SMC Pioneer is, at their best. They provide an invaluable service to the campus and are key to our admissions efforts,” shared Dr. Colleen Perry Keith, President of Spartanburg Methodist College. The following students have been selected as the 2014-2015 SMC Presidential Ambassadors:
Matthew Bishop, son of Teresa and David Bishop, of Spartanburg. Matthew is a graduate of Dorman High School;
KeiAndris Black, of Taylors, SC, a graduate of Riverside High School;
Jacob Cannon, son of Tonya and Brian McGuffin, of Roebuck, SC. Jacob is a graduate of Doman High School;
Ian Clevenger, son of Brenda and Michael Clevenger, of Inman, SC. Ian is a graduate of Boiling Springs High School;
Zach Davis, son of Valerie Davis, of Rock Hill, SC. Zach is a graduate of South Pointe High School;
Patrice Haynes, daughter of Angela and Floyd Hayes, of Columbia, SC. Patrice is a graduate of Ridge View High School;
Alisha Morehart, daughter of Tamara and Albert Morehart, of Greer, SC; Alisha is a graduate of Riverside High School.
Robby Norton, son of Pamela Davis, of Chesterfield, SC. Robby is a graduate of Chesterfield High School;
Samantha Rich, daughter of Betty and John Rich, of York, SC. Samantha is a graduate of Clover High School;
Kelsey Robinson, daughter of Kelly and Casey Robinson, of Greer, SC. Kelsey is a graduate of Eastside High School;
Jason Smith, son of Deborah and Jason Smith, of Iva, SC. Jason is a graduate of Dixie High School; and
Hannah West, daughter of Kimberly and John West, of Roebuck, SC. Hannah is a graduate of Dorman High School.
Presidential Ambassadors work with the President’s Office, the Office of Admissions, and the Office of Institutional Advancement to promote the college at events on and off campus. Often, Presidential Ambassadors are the first college representatives that prospective students meet and are critical in helping showcase SMC and all of the great opportunities that await them on campus.
Principle responsibilities include assisting with organizing and conducting three Guest Fest open house events; assisting the Office of Admissions with conducting campus tours for prospective students; being knowledgeable about Spartanburg Methodist College and be able to share that information with prospective students and their families; assisting the Office of Institutional Advancement with Alumni Weekend, donor dinners, alumni tours, and other events as needed; representing the student body at events on campus and office campus for the Office of the President.