College Student Ambassadors rewarded for their hard work
Student ambassadors at the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London were thanked earlier this month for their hard work and commitment throughout the year.
The ambassadors attended a special 'thank you' lunch attended by Principal and Chief Executive, Paul Head, and Vice Principal of Curriculum and Learner Experience, Jane O'Neill, who awarded the students with certificates and prizes for their hard work.
A special commemoration was given to three ambassadors, Dogus Karsili, Laura Dewey and Maria Hegarty, who had gone above and beyond in their duties as ambassadors, volunteering for numerous events as well as being enthusiastic and willing to help out whenever possible. Each received an iPad from Principal Paul Head who thanked them for their support.
He said: "All the ambassadors have done a fantastic job. This is a voluntary scheme so giving up their free time, while they are studying and in some cases working, shows remarkable drive and enthusiasm. I'm extremely proud to have them represent the College and look forward to meeting our new recruits next year."
Ambassador, Dogus Karsili, said: "I didn't expect this. I thought we were getting a certificate so the iPad was a very nice surprise."
The ambassador scheme, which is open to current students and alumni, will be recruiting for 2012-13 at the Freshers' Fair in September.
- Last Updated: 11 June 2012