MAE Ambassadors

graduatesThrough strengthened leadership and communication skills, the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department Ambassadors strive to support and enhance the MAE community by serving as a resource for prospective and current students, representing the department at various events, and creating opportunities for student professional development and alumni engagement.


  • Required attendance at: Fall MAE Orientation and POP, Group Advising Sessions during Pre-registration, Fall and Spring Open Houses, MAE Hall of Fame, and Hassan A. Hassan Lecture.
  • Opportunity to volunteer at other MAE events such as: MAE Professional Development events, Fall and Spring MAE Graduation ceremonies, and E-Council Major Mixer event.
  • Coordinate and host MAE POP (Post Orientation Party).
  • Complete MAE Tour training, and lead at least 1 MAE Tour.
  • Complete one LAUNCH Professional Development workshop.
  • Complete one CSLEPS Leadership Development workshop.
  • Attend required team meetings (weekly at beginning of semester, then bi-weekly).


  • Successful CODA into MAE Department.
  • Maintain a minimum 3.0 TGPA.
  • Desire to improve the MAE Department.
  • High level of personal and professional character; willingness to develop leadership ability; committed to serving on a team; dedicated to delivering more than what is asked.


  • Enhance your personal leadership, organizational and public speaking skills.
  • Develop and strengthen your professional network on campus and in the community.
  • Participate in a community of passionate, driven, and like-minded individuals.
  • Make a positive difference in the MAE Department.


Current ambassadors:

Logan Parker Junior, Mechanical
Justin Parkan Aerospace
Carissa Hardy Senior, Aerospace
Holly Huffine Sophomore, Aerospace
Alina Creamer Senior, Aerospace

Lead Ambassador

Riley Harrison Sophomore, Mechanical
Taylor Kenion Junior, Mechanical
Frances McBride Junior, Aerospace
Claire Scemama Sophomore, Aerospace
Ryan Callahan Mechanical