At the Centre for Construction & Engineering Technologies our main focus is your success. A large part of this success is providing you with opportunities to extend your learning experience outside of the classroom. A large part of college life includes
developing your personal and professional growth, which will serve as a foundation for the rest of your career. We encourage you to take part of college life as much as possible, and as such invite you to become key ambassadors to the college by volunteering
your time to represent our school. Your success is our success; and your participation in our Dean’s Ambassador Program is key to delivering this success. Please join our team and take advantage of the many opportunities available during the academic
Rewarding benefits of being a Dean’s Ambassador:
- Earn a certificate and letter from the Dean* – great for scholarship applications and resume building
- Grow both your social and professional network
- Develop leadership skills and be top of mind when job opportunities come in from our industry partners
Becoming a Dean’s Ambassador is easy!
All full-time students enrolled at the Centre for Construction Engineering & Technologies studies are welcome to join – it’s that easy.
Students are required to assist in a minimum of 5 different events during the academic year (New
Student Orientation, Career Fair, Exploring Tech in the City, Promoting Skills, Trades & technology, BOLT/TRIDEL Day of Discovery, Information Sessions, Association Fairs). We will also have other internal and external volunteer opportunities available.
*To receive your Dean’s certificate and letter, you will need a total of 5 Credit points each academic year – From September 1st to August 31. You receive a credit point for every event you volunteer at.
I have volunteered with the Industry Liaison Office as part of the Dean’s Ambassador Program for over two years. As a volunteer at the ILO, we are ambassadors of George Brown for industry and campus events.
The ILO also connects industry professionals
and students and provides assistance when searching for a field placement term. They are committed to the success of CCET students and are a great resource for personal and professional development.
T312 - Construction Management Degree student
I enjoyed volunteering at CCET. It was a great opportunity for me to meet important people in industry as well as other students in other programs. Due to having the opportunity to improve my public speaking skills, I became more outgoing and confident.
I recommend volunteering to every student at George Brown College.
T132 – Architectural Technician student
Join our team of CCET Dean’s Ambassadors today.