Engineering Ambassadors is a program within the college that provides a select group of students representing all disciplines opportunities to participate in recruitment, promotional and advancement activities. Engineering Ambassadors receive training to develop communication and leadership skills and professionalism. Serving as an Engineering Ambassador is both an honor and a distinction — and requires a one year commitment. The 2017-18 class of Engineering Ambassadors recently visited McDonald Elementary School in Moscow to put demonstrate a series of hands-on engineering activities with K-6 students. Bethany Kersten, senior chemical engineering major shown above conducted a “game of tag” experiment with milk and soap to show how chemical bonds work, while other ambassadors build structures out of clay and wood with students to withstand the impact of an earthquake.