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2011-03-30

Office of Admissions has 18 student ambassadors this year

BEMIDJI, Minn. (Mar. 30, 2011) — Eighteen Bemidji State University students are working as University Ambassadors in the Office of Admissions during the 2010-2011 school year.

University Ambassadors are an important part of recruitment and public relations efforts at Bemidji State. They conduct campus tours and follow-up visits with prospective students, assist with high school visits and college fairs and act as receptionists in the Office of Admissions.

For more information, please contact the Bemidji State University Office of Admissions at (218) 755-2001 or visit it on the Web at http://www.bemidjistate.edu/offices/admissions/.

OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS UNIVERSITY AMBASSADORS

BEMIDJI, Minn.
Leif Voltz, senior, elementary education. (56601)

MINNESOTA
ALEXANDRIA
Nicole Wesen, junior, design technology. (56308)

CLEMENTS
Stephanie Jacoby, senior, design technology. (56224)

DEERWOOD
Sadie Anderson, junior, social work. (56444)

ELY
Patrick Lekatz, junior, English and economics. (55731)

FRAZEE
Renae Schaefer, senior, elementary education. (56544)

GLENCOE
Amanda Kinzler, senior, nursing. (55336)

GONVICK
Megan Bakke, senior, elementary education. (56644)

GRAND RAPIDS
Katherine Downing, freshman, exercise science and sport management. (55744)

HAM LAKE
Joseph Sunderman, sophomore, criminal justice. (55304)

LEWISTON
Kristina Veerkamp, sophomore, elementary education. (55952)

LITTLE FALLS
Brittany Trettel, sophomore, mathematics education. (56345)

MAPLE GROVE
Ashley Corazella, sophomore, exercise science. (55369)

MOUND
Anna Gesinger, sophomore, elementary education. (55364)

SARTELL
Kayla Nies, junior, psychology. (56377)

WALKER
Tia Massar, freshman, English education. (56484)

WISCONSIN
OSCEOLA
Amy Dehmer, sophomore, biology and pre-physical therapy. (54020)

CHINA
Maanshan, Anhui Province
Fang Fang, junior, international studies.

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