Engagement Ambassador Columbia University - NY
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New York City NY (multi) - New York City, NY
Position Summary



Columbia University Engagement Center


The Columbia University Engagement Center, managed by RNL, is searching for part time Engagement Ambassadors! 


Engagement Ambassadors reach out in an effort to engage alumni, parents, and friends of Columbia University and Barnard College - encouraging constituents to donate, verify information, and share institutional updates.


Engagement Ambassadors must demonstrate a strong command of English (both verbal and written), complete new hire and compliance training, be able to follow a script when reaching out to prospects, and complete a set number of work shifts each week/month.


Engagement Ambassadors may contact prospects using a variety of RNL platforms - text, video, or phone - while conducting themselves as a professional representative of our partner school. Ambassadors are expected to accurately enter data into a computer system and meet or exceed goals as outlined by the Engagement Center Manager.


Engagement Ambassadors can gain experience in marketing, networking, fundraising and sales negotiations while working at the Engagement Center. If you’re looking for a rewarding part-time position that boosts your resume and communication skills, then this is the place for you!


Apply now to begin experiencing a flexible schedule, competitive pay, incentive opportunities, and a great work atmosphere.

We are classified as an off-campus position. You must be eligible for off-campus employment if you apply.

RNL is an Equal Opportunity Employer


The Engagement Ambassador role pays $16 per hour.

Engagement Center Hours

Monday            5:00 pm – 9:00 pm Eastern

Tuesday           5:00 pm – 9:00 pm Eastern

Wednesday      5:30 pm – 9:30 pm Eastern

Thursday          5:30 pm – 9:30 pm Eastern

Friday               2:30 pm – 6:30 pm Eastern


The Columbia University Engagement Center is located at 622 W 113th St Lower Level New York NY 10025 in the basement of the Alumni House (previously the McVickar Building).