Durham School Ambassadors

Ambassadors in Action

The Durham School Student Ambassador Outreach Program is a student-led initiative to promote architectural engineering, construction engineering, and construction management among high school students.

Student representatives visit local and regional high schools, everywhere from Omaha to Kansas and beyond. Interactive presentations are given about these engineering fields and the opportunities each program presents. As a result, high school students’ eyes are opened to the many exciting options of an AE, ConE, or CM degree while Ambassadors show that engineering degrees are feasible (and enjoyable!) and involve more than simply drafting or construction work.

Our Durham Ambassadors are students who enjoy talking with high school students while answering questions, providing advice, and sharing their passions about their majors.

If you are a high school teacher in the subjects of math, physical science or industrial technology, or you are a career guidance counselor, and wish to schedule a presentation, contact Rosemary Edzie: redzie2@unl.edu, (402) 554-3283. We look forward to hearing from you.

Meet Our Ambassadors

Ambassadors in Action
Ambassadors in Action