The Global Ambassadors Student Program (GASP) is an international speakers’ bureau founded in 2007. Colorado State University students and scholars with international backgrounds can share the culture, heritage, language, geography, and history of their countries with local school classrooms and other community groups. GASP speakers also have the opportunity to learn more about American culture and practice their presentation skills.
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Request a Presentation
The Global Ambassadors Student Program offers an opportunity to
- Invite a CSU international student/scholar to your classroom
- Introduce your students to other cultures
- Widen your students’ understanding of the world
Volunteer As A Speaker
Are you interested in becoming an ambassador for your country? As a global ambassador, you can share your culture with students in classrooms and other community groups in Fort Collins. Many of our presenters would recommend it because you can help raise cultural awareness, learn more about the American education system, practice your presentation skills.
“Outstanding Student Organization – 2017”
Awarded by Asian/Pacific American Cultural Center
“Best Community Service Program – 2013”
Awarded by CSU’s Student Leadership, Involvement and Community Engagement (SLICE) Office
“As a Global Ambassador I thought I was only sharing my daily life, but I ended up broadening not only my vision of other cultures but also teaching school kids how to cherish my traditions and profession as well.”
“Global Ambassador’s is all about understanding differences and treasuring cultures.”
“Global Ambassador’s are role models for kids contributing not only with career aspirations but also showing them the world diversity.”
“By sharing careers, work and traditions Global Ambassador’s serve as real role models for kids.”
“I’ll be more than satisfied if I got to stay in just one kid’s mind, after our Global Ambassador’s presentation.”