MCDA Ambassadors are student leaders and paraprofessionals that support the mission and vision of MCDA through programs, services, resources, and advocacy within and across each of the areas of Multicultural & Diversity Affairs.
Multicultural and Diversity Affairs is hiring. We are accepting applications for work study students and student volunteers who are interested in enhancing UF's commitment to diversity and social justice.


  • be enrolled as a full-time undergraduate (minimum of 12 credits) student
  • be available to work the minimum number of hours (4 for volunteer, 8 work study)
  • maintain a 2.5 cumulative G.P.A. Should an ambassador's quarterly or cumulative G.P.A. fall below a 2.5, it is understood that he or she will meet with their supervisor and agree on an action plan to bring up their G.P.A.
  • not be found responsible for significant or repeated violations of University Code of Student Conduct.
  • commit to participate in staff training and attend all regularly scheduled staff meetings.
  • work study applicants must also demonstrate work study allotment by providing a copy of their work study permit.

Interview Process

1. Applications should be submitted online by Friday, March 13th, 2015 at 12 PM! A resume must be uploaded at the time of the application.

2. Students from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply, however preference will be given to first year students (freshmen or transfer students), students with Federal Work Study, and/or students with marketing skills.

3. All applicants MUST meet the minimum 2.5 GPA requirement.

4. Applicants selected for interviews will be emailed directly.

5. Applicants selected to serve as MCDA Ambassadors MUST attend an orientation retreat from August 28th-30th, 2015.