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Intercultural Life is dedicated to the appreciation and understanding of cultural differences.

We promote educational, cultural, and social growth of the students by collaborating on campus-wide events and activities with various departments of the University. We are committed to preparing members of the Ambrosian community to be productive citizens in a diverse world.

Intercultural Life:

  • promotes personal growth and a healthy society;
  • increases educational and job prospects;
  • enriches your education with diverse experiences; and
  • strengthens your community and workplace.


Intercultural Life Student Employment

Intercultural Life Student Ambassador

Through the Office of Intercultural Life, the Intercultural Life Ambassador will be one of the key peer mentors to students, providing a warm welcome during Multicultural Student Orientation, maintaining contact through programming and outreach, and assisting with the efforts of the Diversity Work Group.

The Student Ambassador position is overseen by the Intercultural Life and Leadership Programs Coordinator. The Student Ambassador receives free, on-campus room and board accommodation from the Office of Residential Life in return for an estimated time commitment of 10-15 hours per week during the academic year.

Multicultural House Student Leader

The Multicultural House Student Leaders are the friendly faces that welcome all students, faculty, and staff to the Multicultural House. The Multicultural House Student Leaders will maintain five working hours per week in the house.

Outside of those hours, the Multicultural House Student Leader will be part of the Multicultural House Planning Committee which provides campus cultural programming within the house during the academic school year.

For a complete job description, application to apply, and for more information about this position please contact Ramona Amos at

Diversity at St. Ambrose

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Rogalski Center, 1st Floor

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