Meet our Student Ambassadors



Chester Campus


I'm Feji, a senior Engineering major with a love for gaming and fashion. Born in Maryland and raised in vibrant Lagos, Nigeria. As a member of Phi Theta Kappa and serving as Communications Coordinator for both the SGA and the International Students Association, I'm deeply involved in campus life.


Tour Chester campus with me every Monday, Thursday, and Friday. I am eager to share my Brightpoint experience with you. Can’t wait to meet you!



Chester Campus


I'm Khushi, a current Health Science major looking to transition into Nursing Fall, 2024. Hailing from the culturally rich and diverse land of India; I plan to transfer to Virginia Commonwealth University and aim to become a registered nurse.


I'm thrilled to offer tours of the Chester campus on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Can't wait to meet you at Brightpoint.



Chester Campus


I’m Madison, current Nursing major. I am originally from Chester, Virginia, but lived briefly in Louisiana with my son as a Pharmacy Technician for the U.S. Army. I plan on graduating Fall 2024. After graduation, I want to work for Veterans Affairs as a Wound Care Nurse and eventually obtain my Bachelor’s in Nursing from Virginia Commonwealth University.


If you have questions about who to contact for military benefits or are wondering if going into Healthcare is the right call, come book a tour with me on Mondays, Wednesdays, or Fridays. I am always happy to help!



Midlothian Campus


I’m Chris, a Psychology major planning to graduate in Spring 2024, transfer to Virginia Commonwealth University, and build a career combining music and mental health therapy. I am a Mellon Pathways Fellow, member of the Career Services Advisory Board, and the Student Government Association Secretary. In addition to giving tours in English, I am fluent in Spanish.


Tour Midlothian with me on Wednesday or Friday.



Midlothian Campus


I’m Tracie, a Liberal Arts major planning to graduate in Spring 2024, transfer to the University of Virginia, and eventually go to law school. I am the current Student Government Association President, founder of the Pre-Law Student Association, and am active in the Black Students Alliance, International Students Association, and Yarn Club.


Tour Midlothian with me on Tuesday or Thursday morning.

Join Our Team

Do you love Brightpoint? Are you its biggest cheerleader?

Share your Trailblazer pride by becoming a student ambassador!

The Student Ambassador Program is a leadership opportunity for Brightpoint students who are interested in representing Brightpoint Community College. Student ambassadors give campus tours; assist prospective and new students; and support various college events, including Open House and New Student Orientation.


  • Becomes an expert on all things Brightpoint to share with others.
  • Represents Brightpoint at college events.
  • Conducts campus tours for prospective students, new students, high school groups, and other guests.
  • Provides tips on being a successful student.
  • Assists with a variety of office-related tasks to support the Office of Student Engagement.
  • Supports student success initiatives.


  • By helping prospective Brightpoint students and parents learn more about the college, student ambassadors develop a wide range of skills, such as problem solving and communication, that can help them build their resumes and succeed in the professional world.
  • Student ambassadors become connected with campus leadership and fellow student leaders and may have the opportunity to serve on college committees and take trips representing the college.
  • This is a paid position ($11.00/hour) with flexible hours.


  • Student ambassadors must be registered for at least one class at Brightpoint per semester; it is preferred that they take at least six credits in the fall and spring semesters.
  • Student ambassadors work between 6 and 15 hours a week (outside of their Brightpoint classes).
  • They are required to work events that occur during Brightpoint’s holiday breaks and before each semester begins.
  • It is preferred that student ambassador applicants have at least two semesters remaining at Brightpoint and have successfully completed one semester when applying.
  • It is preferred that student ambassador applicants have at least a 3.0 GPA during their time at Brightpoint.

Prospective students and their parents would love the chance to hear directly from you about your Brightpoint experience.

Apply to be a Student Ambassador

Complete an application. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.


For more information about the Student Ambassadors program, contact Scott Meredith.