SEAL Ambassadors

mega-fair-2022-scuba-clubDo you have questions about your student organization? Do you want to get ahead on Red Brick Rewards Tracking? Are you interested in starting a new organization, but do not know where to start?

If the answer is “yes” to any of the above - or any other topic related to student organizations or involvement at Miami - the Office of Student Activities has several SEAL Ambassadors (peer mentors) available to help students find their place at Miami and to help student organizations make the Miami undergraduate experience the best in the nation.

For additional information about the SEAL (Student Engagement and Leadership) Ambassadors or other services available to student organizations, contact or 513-529-2266. Schedule a meeting with a SEAL Ambassador.

SEAL Ambassadors Services 

Find Your Place

SEAL Ambassadors are available to assist students looking for a way to become involve during their college career and to help students find their place at Miami University. The SEAL Ambassadors will meet with students to discuss interests, major, high school involvement, and more as they explore opportunities of campus involvement. Additionally, the SEAL Ambassadors will show students how to maximize the "interest matching features" of The Hub to find organizations and events that may interest them.

New Student Organizations

Students wishing to start a new student organization are required to meet with a SEAL Ambassador to make sure they are prepared to create a sustainable organization. During this meeting, the SEAL Ambassador and student(s) will discuss the requirements to start a new organization, plans to make the organization sustainable, and much more. Be sure to visit the Start a New Student Organization link for additional information; then schedule a meeting with a SEAL Ambassador as soon as possible.

mega-fair-2023-mouse-clubStudent Organization Assistance

Student organizations do a lot on Miami's campus. Our SEAL Ambassadors are here to help! Whether you need help filling in forms on the Hub, reserving rooms, getting marketing ideas for your event, or anything else, the SEAL Ambassadors are here to help make your student organization GREAT!

Involvement Presentations

Are you looking for someone to speak on the importance of campus involvement? Our SEAL Ambassadors are available to present various topics to academic classes, departments, residence halls, student organizations, etc. SEAL Ambassadors can discuss the benefits of campus involvement such as meeting other students with same interests, service opportunities, networking, resume building, and much more. 

Interested in Becoming a SEAL Ambassador? 

The goal of the SEAL Ambassador is to support and enhance leadership in our student organizations and fraternity and sorority community. The SEAL Ambassador will report to the Assistant Director for Student Organizations in the Center for Student Engagement, Activities, and Leadership. Preference will be given to those applicants who are involved on campus and aware of the purpose of student organizations and involvement on campus.

Job Description and Application

There are both general SEAL Ambassadors and head SEAL Ambassadors. The head SEAL Ambassadors are chosen from existing membership and have different requirements than those listed below.
General SEAL Position Requirements

3-5 hours per week
Active membership and good standing with a student organization and general awareness of how student organizations receive recognition is preferred
General knowledge of MAP (Miami Activities and Programming student organization) and programs offered to students at Miami (additional training will be provided) is preferred
General knowledge of the fraternity/sorority community and the function of the three governing councils (additional training will be provided) is preferred
Willingness to work in a team and collaborative environment

Primary Duties & Opportunities

Serve as a peer mentor to students looking to get involved on campus
Help manage the Red Brick Rewards System
Help plan Mega Fair and the SEAL Awards
Provide resources and support to student organizations
Meet with and review new student organizations
Meet with uninvolved students to help them strategically get involved on campus
Work on designated office programs and projects (i.e., public relations/marketing materials, organization of office resources, newsletters and publications)
Give presentations/workshops on various topics dealing with involvement and student organization life
Present SEAL Workshops on a variety of topics
Represent the office at tables at various fairs
Conduct meetings with student organizations
Assist with Student Engagement and Leadership (SEAL) Office Space Related Issues
Other Duties
Provide high quality customer service
Assist with administrative tasks around the office
Other duties as assigned provided they support the mission and vision of the Center for Student Engagement, Activities, and Leadership


Must possess strong written and oral communication skills
Must possess strong computer competence, including but not limited to word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation applications
Willingness to work occasional irregular hours including evenings and weekends

SEAL Ambassador Application