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University of Nebraska–Lincoln

Student Ambassadors and Advocates

Student Ambassadors and Advocates


Center for Entrepreneurship Ambassadors are a group of undergraduate student leaders who work with the center in a variety of ways. They enhance the awareness of entrepreneurship across campus by highlighting their student experiences while promoting the Nebraska Center for Entrepreneurship.

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Ambassador Requirements


Sophomores and above enrolled full-time at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, regardless of major


Earned a minimum 3.0 overall GPA


Interested in entrepreneurship


Must attend the four main events hosted by the Center for Entrepreneurship

Ambassador Expectations

Provide assistance at Center for Entrepreneurship events and competitions

Greet campus visitors and alumni

Join/lead campus visits with prospective students

Be available to answer questions from students interested in entrepreneurship

Speak about your experiences in entrepreneurship and/or with the Nebraska Center for Entrepreneurship

Attend all ambassador meetings and trainings

Current Student Ambassadors

Current Student Ambassadors

Brooke Bode
Brooke Bode
Teghan Metcalf
Teghan Metcalf
Eduardo Sicilia
Eduardo Sicilia
Braden Starck
Braden Starck

Entrepreneurship Military Community Advocate

Tutu Wah

Tutu Wah serves as the center's entrepreneurship military community advocate. In this role, he works to build community, connects students to entrepreneurship resources and plans programming for military-connected students at Nebraska. He holds weekly office hours in the Center for Entrepreneurship (HLH 315) on Wednesdays, 4-5 p.m.

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Center for Entrepreneurship
HLH 315