BCP Ambassador Programs

BCP Student Ambassadors

The BCP Student Ambassador Program brings together students who are excited about helping their peers and serving their community. Ambassadors are integral members of the BCP, helping with everything from day to day operations to the implementation of large-scale projects. This program is designed to be an enriching opportunity for students who are excited about fighting food insecurity and would like a structured way to engage on and off campus. 

As a BCP Ambassador, you will apply for a role out of 3 options: general volunteer, outreach, and logistics. Each role has a different set of required tasks, including helping at the pantry, coordinating drives, sorting orders, and more. 

All Ambassadors will have a set number of minimum hours to successfully complete the program. Students will have the opportunity to cover both on and off campus volunteer requirements for general UC scholarship programs. 

How can I become a Student Ambassador?

The applications for the fall 2022 ambassador cohort have closed. 

If you are interested in volunteering with the pantry, please email bearcatspantry@ucmail.uc.edu. 

Please note: If you apply to be an Ambassador, you are agreeing to meeting a minimum requirement of volunteer hours. This program will soley depend on reliability of participants so it is crucial that you remain engaged throughout the year if accepted. More information about this will be shared during the application processes.

BCP Parent Ambassadors

BCP Parent Ambassadors are key members of our team. This group of parents helps us spread the word about our work and big events coming up. As a Parent Ambassador, you will receive regular newsletters and updates about the work of the BCP. We will also send you an Ambassador pin and business cards so you can represent us everywhere you go. 

To become a Parent Ambassador, please email bearcatspantry@ucmail.uc.edu