Student Ambassadors

The Rocky Mountain College Student Ambassador Program is a great opportunity for selected students who are recommended to work closely with the Admissions Office to effectively contribute to the recruitment of prospective RMC students.

As part of a highly selective group, Student Ambassadors play an important role at Rocky Mountain College. Student Ambassadors give support to RMC in a variety of ways, such as:

  • Giving campus tours to prospective students, parents, and other guests
  • Participating in telecounseling to prospective students
  • Helping with volunteer work
  • Aiding in visit and registration events
  • Attending other campus events as deemed appropriate.

Qualities of a Student Ambassador include, but are not limited to, strong communication skills, both verbal and written, with prospective students, parents, and guests of Rocky Mountain College.  

Leadership opportunities are available. Members of the Student Ambassador Program will appoint ambassador leads who will help in the coordination of telecounseling, events and visits, and volunteer work.

Besides being representatives of Rocky Mountain College, the Student Ambassador Program is a fun, close-knit team of future leaders. If selected, you will be making a commitment not only to attend and assist with college events, but to be accountable to your fellow ambassadors.

 

 

RMC Student AmbassadorsFor more information about applying to be a student ambassador, call 406.657.1057 or email.

 

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Meet the Ambassadors

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Cassandra Cook, Junior

Hometown: Salem, Oregon
Major: Biology and Physics
Favorite Place on Campus: Roctivities Lounge
Favorite Place in Billings: Off the Leaf
What do you love about RMC? I love the small community feeling the school is built on, and I love the personalized attention from the teachers.
Why did you choose RMC? I chose Rocky because of the small class sizes and the attention and help from the professors.
What else are you involved in? Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA)

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Bella Goss, Sophomore

Hometown: Casper, Wyoming
Major: History and Political Science
Favorite Place on Campus: Metz Game Room
Favorite Place in Billings: Off the Leaf
What do you love about RMC? I love the fact that you feel right at home because of the size and knowing so many people around campus.
Why did you choose RMC? The staff and faculty are super friendly and welcoming. Also, RMC has a great program for history and political science.
What else are you involved in?
 Debate Team, ASRMC, and SSDP

Lily Craft  

Lily Kraft, Sophomore

Hometown: Bridger, Montana
Major: Biology
Favorite Place on Campus: Under the trees outside of Losekamp
Favorite Place in Billings: Downtown - it feels like a big city
What do you love about RMC? The buildings remind me of castles, which reminds me of Harry Potter. 
Why did you choose RMC? RMC not only had my major and pre-professional program, but it also has small class sizes. It looks like a college back East but is still close to home. 
What else are you involved in? Tobacco-free RMC, RMC Fencing Association, Pep Band, Peer Review Board

Kayla Moreno  

Kayla Moreno, Sophomore

Hometown: Fresno, California
Major: Biology; minor: math
Favorite Place on Campus: The SUB
Favorite Place in Billings: Scheels 
What do you love about RMC? The tight knit community and small campus.
Why did you choose RMC? This school offered great opportunities and I wanted to experience living in a different state. 
What else are you involved in? Bear and Cubs, Health Occupations Group (HOG)

Noah Oloff  

Noah Oloff, Senior

Hometown: Idaho Falls, Idaho
Major: Environmental Science and Environmental Management & Policy
Favorite Place on Campus: In front of Losekamp looking at the mountains
Favorite Place in Billings: Walking the rims or canoeing the Yellowstone River
What do you love about RMC? I love the small class sizes, sense of community among friends, and how much professors and staff care about their students.
Why did you choose RMC? One of the reasons why I chose RMC is because of the exceptional environmental science program. Very few schools have professors take their students on a five day float trip down the Missouri River. 
What else are you involved in? Rocky Slapshots, Intramurals, Resident Advisor, Concert/Pep band

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Megan O'Loughlin, Senior

Hometown: Redding, California
Major: History and Political Science
Favorite Place on Campus: The new coffee shop
Favorite Place in Billings: Montana Brewing Company
What do you love about RMC? How easy going it is and how the school really cares for the students.
Why did you choose RMC? The size of the school and how welcoming people were
What else are you involved in? Cheerleading, Phonathon, Ambassadors

 Marco Quinones  

Marco Quinones, Sophomore

Hometown:  Gillette, Wyoming
Major:  Biology
Favorite Place on Campus:  Ryniker-Morrison Art Gallery
Favorite Place in Billings:  On top of the rims
What do you love about RMC?  I love the small campus.
Why did you choose RMC? I chose RMC because of the small class sizes and the scholarship opportunities.
What else are you involved in?  Health Occupations Group (HOG)

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Alexander Taylor, Sophomore

Hometown: Henderson, Nevada
Major: Environmental Science and Environmental Management & Policy
Favorite Place on Campus: Bair Science Center
Favorite Place in Billings: Scheels
What do you love about RMC? The small campus and tight knit group of students and professors. 
Why did you choose RMC? To play on the Men's Soccer team and because RMC has a great environmental science program. 
What else are you involved in? Environmental Club and Men's Soccer

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Thomas Vandel, Senior

Hometown: Grenoble, France 
Major: Business Management; minors; accounting and communication studies
Favorite Place on Campus: The Green and SUB
Favorite Place in Billings: The Rims
What do you love about RMC? RMC activities, school spirit, team spirit, and the campus
Why did you choose RMC? I wanted to get a degree in the US, speak English fluently, and have a good American experience.
What else are you involved in? Alpine skier, tutor for maths, economics, and communication

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Sam Wilson, Junior

Hometown: Mahtomedi, Minnesota
Major: Biology
Favorite Place on Campus: Library
Favorite Place in Billings: Off the Leaf
What do you love about RMC? The community. How open and welcoming students and faculty are. It's a very positive atmosphere.
Why did you choose RMC? I chose it because of the smallness of the college.
What else are you involved in? ASAC, Bears and Cubs, Health Occupations club. I am also an EMT. I love skiing and I am on the Red Lodge Ski Patrol.  I am also a Resident advisor in Anderson Hall.

 
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