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provides support for all educational programs and events sponsored by the Fraternity and is an opportunity for undergraduate members to make an impact on the Fraternity. Those selected to be an ambassador will take part in brotherhood building, professional growth, and personal development.

Ambassadors participate in monthly calls, educational events, capstone projects, and personal and professional development experiences.

Ambassadors attend one educational event (Leadership School or Ritual Academy) throughout the year hosted by the Fraternity. They are an essential part of the operation of our program, assisting with logistical support, facilitation of curriculum, and operational support of the program.

  • Each year the Ambassadors undertake capstone projects. These projects reflect the ideals in SAE’s mission, vision, and The True Gentleman. Each project directly supports the members of SAE (undergraduate or alumni), the SAE Fraternity Service Center, or the SAE Foundation.

New Ambassadors are selected annually, toward the end of each spring, to serve for the following year.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Must be a collegiate member in good standing from a chapter or an emerging chapter in good standing.
  • Must be a graduate of at least one national program (Emerging Leaders Academy, Executives Academy, or Ritual Academy).
  • Must have been in the organization for at least one year and still have one year (calendar or school) left as a Collegiate Active.
  • Must demonstrate strong moral character and/or meet the criteria as described in “The True Gentleman.”
  • Must have effective written and verbal communication skills.

Brothers participating in the National Ambassador program will develop leadership, event management, communication, facilitation, and problem-solving skills.

Projects may include developing officer manuals, planning and holding workshops, or putting together a national service day. The project topics are generated by the current National Ambassadors and implemented with the support of the Education Department.

Applications open in the spring for the following academic year. As part of the application, you will be asked to submit the following:

  • Contact information, social media handles, and a brief bio
  • Two references 
  • List of all national events you have attended
  • Why you should be selected
  • Headshot
  • Resume