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New student ambassadors join RaiderRep team
Aug. 4, 2016
Nine incoming freshmen signed their contracts on Aug. 3 to become the newest members of Northwest Florida State College’s RaiderRep student ambassadors. The RaiderReps, who are selected through a competitive application and interview process, represent the college at special events and activities, lead campus tours, and assist in recruitment efforts.
The new ambassadors are Lyndie Crowder of Freeport, Morgan Durham of Valparaiso, Crystal Flores of Freeport, Tevis Godfrey of Niceville, Lydia Hampton of Crestview, Carly Herrera-McClelland of Mary Esther, Lucas Howell of Ponce de Leon, Annibell Ochs of Crestview, and Janelle Tribue of Fort Walton Beach.
They join returning ambassadors Shayna Clay of Crestview, Cierra Dowd of Niceville, Kelly Dunn of Shalimar, Drew Hannah of Navarre, Eboni Harrell of Mary Esther, Shigeko Landon of Valparaiso, and Jesus Morales of Fort Walton Beach.
The RaiderRep student ambassador program is entering its sixth year.
L-R: Carly Herrera-McClelland, Janelle Tribue, Lyndie Crowder, Annibell Ochs, Lydia Hampton, Crystal Flores, Tevis Godfrey, Lucas Howell, and Morgan Durham.