Resources for Iowa State faculty, staff, and student organizations

Are you interested in having our staff inform your students or staff about National Student Exchange? Great! Our NSE Student Ambassadors bring real NSE experiences with them to your space to energize, inspire, and inform your students about NSE. Our staff are trained to handle all sorts of questions, from burgeoning curiousity about the "experience" of being on NSE to more technical questions about applying & participating.

We offer the following services:

Classroom Presentations

We can tailor our content to your class's majors and interests with ease. Whether a quick 10-minute blurb about NSE or an entire 50-minute class, we'll be flexible for your classroom needs. 

Group of NSE student ambassadors standing in a line behind tables, sharing a presentation on NSE. Behind them is a projector with images from the nse.org website that are obscured by the students.

Office & StuOrg Presentations

Our staff will meet you wherever you are on campus to inform your students or staff about why students should participate in NSE! We're a great addition to trainings & meetings.

Group of NSE student ambassadors standing in a line behind tables, sharing a presentation on NSE. Behind them is a projector with images from the nse.org website that are obscured by the students.

Event Tabling

Have an event? We're a great campus resource to bring! We have our own table cloth and campus swag to offer interested students, and the opportunity of a lifetime no less!

Image of two NSE student ambassadors standing and smiling next to a table with a gray tablecloth that says "NSE". Table is adorned with booklets, pamphlets, cards, and luggage tags.

 

Begin here: Presentation Request Form

It will be helpful for you to have the following information at hand when you fill out our presentation request form: 

  • Contact information
  • Date, Time, and Location of the event
  • Time allotted to staff to speak (if presenting) or be actively participating (tabling)
  • Any materials you plan to provide staff, such as technology
  • Demographics of who is being presented to (how many? students or staff? important identity considerations?)