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SFS Campus Reps



SFS Campus Representative Program

A Campus Representative is an SFS alumnus who engages in active outreach on their home campus. Their goal is to promote SFS study abroad programs by sharing pictures and personal stories, organizing and attending events, and contacting prospective students.

I have taken with me so many wonderful things from my experience with SFS and could not be more grateful. I miss it every day. Being a Campus Rep not only helps to remind me of my time in Kenya, but also is a great way to give back to this truly amazing program!

—Keriann Cabral, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Want to Become a Campus Rep?

Alumni who volunteer for the program will receive Campus Rep kits throughout the academic year that contain a handbook, posters, stickers, and other giveaways. Campus Reps also have the opportunity to earn Campus Rep Rewards by completing outreach projects throughout the semester.

If you would like to sign up, email Alyssa Irizarry at airizarry@fieldstudies.org to receive our e-news and your Campus Rep kit or sign up using this form below:

"Like" the SFS Campus Rep Facebook page to share ideas, photos, and success stories with your peers!




 

Already Signed Up?

In order to be considered for Campus Rep Rewards, make sure you email Alyssa with the list of projects you’ve completed this semester. SFS can provide you with materials for your events, as well as contact information for inquiries at your school. 

Do you need sign-up sheets, catalogs, or posters for an event?  Put your request in the “Additional Comments” box below.  Not sure what you need?  Alyssa can help you prepare – just ask
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Don’t forget to keep your on-campus address updated with SFS; we want to make sure you receive your materials!






Looking for a Campus Rep?

Our Campus Rep Directory lists students by home school and major. Campus Reps are wonderful resources for both future SFS students and study abroad advisors who want a personal perspective on life in the field.