Student Ambassador Program
The Front Line Foresters represent Huntington University at various events on and off campus. They represent the best and brightest of the student body of Huntington University.
- To represent the HU student body to alumni, family and friends of HU
- Express gratitude and appreciation to donors
- Provide meaningful networking opportunities
- Discover and develop who we are as individuals and followers of Christ as it relates to leadership, higher education, fundraising, generosity and gratitude
- Gain an understanding of how the Advancement office operates on a day to day basis and as a larger function of the University
- Grow in effective conversational and interpersonal skills by interacting with staff, faculty, and alumni of the university
- Learn basic philanthropic principles and how that connects to fundraising
- Gain hands on experience working with professionals by collaborating on projects
Student ambassadors for Huntington University exhibit internal gratitude toward God for the gifts and talents that He has given them. They also exhibit external gratitude towards those who have supported and impacted their lives or the lives of others. (James 1:17; 1 Thessalonians 5:18)
The following students are serving as the Front Line Foresters for the 2016-2017 academic year:
Senior A Taste of Her Future Job
Over the summer 2014, senior Natasha Zeng had the opportunity to work as a resident and teaching assistant (RTA) for Summer English Institution, a summer English camp by Wheaton Academy. Zeng worked with the Enterprise Resource Center (ERC)…
For the entirety of fall semester 2014, senior history major Andrew Wickersham studied abroad in the Middle East through a program called the Middle East Studies Program (MESP). MESP’s mission is to promote intercultural growth from a…
Junior Next Steps at Novae
Tyson Kalischuk, an accounting, economics, and finance management triple major, was looking for an experience that would allow him to gain a better understanding of his desired career field. What he found was a greater sense of confidence…
For Daniel Lindbloom, a 2009 graduate of Huntington University, a typical day at work includes everything from training clients, to metabolic testing, to blood lipid analysis, and meeting new and perspective clients. He starts each morning…
To senior Jacqueline Rhine, sports may very well be the pulse of life. After a single semester, Rhine was hired by the Huntington University Athletic's Office. Ever since, she has been in charge of managing the social media accounts and…
Chelsea Harshfield was known among her friends for being indecisive in her first two years at Huntington University. A business management major, she often wondered whether she had chosen the right program for herself.
Senior Samantha Bruns
Meet Samantha Bruns, a social work major from Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Senior Luke Bates
Meet Luke Bates, a biology pre-med major from Ohio.
Senior Max Troyer
Meet Max Troyer, a psychology and youth ministry major from Churubusco, Indiana.
Junior Natania Adams
Meet Natania Adams, a social work major from Illinois.
Junior Hannah Barrett
Meet Hannah Barrett, an elementary education major from Ohio.
Junior Nicholas Bond
Meet Nicholas Bond, a biology pre-med major from Indiana.
Junior Troy Hester
Meet Troy Hester, a graphic design major from Ohio.
Junior Jonathon Kane
Meet Jonathon Kane, a film production major from Indiana.
Junior Leah Ness
Meet Leah Ness, an accounting/economics & finance major from Indiana.
Junior Nicole Pennington
Meet Nicole Pennington, a history education major from Indiana.