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Cyber-Knight Student Ambassador Program



The School of Computing’s Cyber-Knight Ambassador program is open to five students, selected to represent the School, through various programming and outreach activities. Ambassadors may serve a maximum of two years.

Cyber-Knight Ambassadors also participate in special events with faculty and staff to promote the School. These events may require travel.


Cyber-Knight Ambassadors will have opportunities to network with university constituents and enhance their professional skills. Ambassadors gain invaluable real-world experiences and build their resumes while representing the Middle Georgia State University School of Computing. Workshops and development events for ambassadors are scheduled throughout the academic year.

Criteria for Eligibility

To be eligible, applicants must have a 3.0 or higher GPA in a School of Computing degree program, be in good academic standing, be full-time, and be willing to commit time and energy to serve in the role.

Application Process

Applicants must complete an application form and participate in an interview. Applicants must also receive a recommendation from at least one faculty member in the School of Computing.

For more information, contact Brooke Ingram in the School of Computing.

2024 Ambassadors

Anna Schumaker
Cameron Stephens
Zachary Weldon
Kathit Khambhla