Ambassadors

The Cathedral Catholic High School Ambassador for Christ Corps was founded in 1993 as a community service/public relations outreach for high school students organization. Ambassadors are representatives of the school to the outside community. Not to be confused with the Associated Student Body (ASB), the Ambassador for Christ Corps handles events that involve the public. They do not run any student-body activities, although some Ambassadors may be ASB representatives.

Each Ambassador pledges to follow the Ten Commandments and accepts Jesus Christ as their role model, both on and off campus. The Corps is not restricted to Catholic youth only-students of any faith may become an Ambassador for Christ provided they are willing to accept Jesus Christ, the man, as a role model and follow the Ten Commandments. Ambassadors are prepared for service by attending a training institute, usually held during the summer. Ambassadors are nominated by teachers and administrators. Students must currently be enntering the 10th, 11th, or 12th grade to be nominated. Considerations for nominees may include: spirituality, responsibility, academics, willingness to participate, time commitment, and extracurricular activities.

Nominees are interviewed by the Corps moderator(s) and final selection is made. Once a student becomes an Ambassador, he/she does not need to be re-nominated.

For more information, please contact:

Mrs. Alison Collins
(858) 523-4000 Ext. 1251
acollins@cathedralcatholic.org