Poly Reps

University Ambassadors

Becoming A Poly Rep

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Applying for POLY REPS

POLY REPS begins recruiting new members at the end of each Fall quarter. The application process includes submission of a written application and attendance at one mandatory information session. Once written applications are received and reviewed, a limited number of applicants are invited to in-person interviews with the New Member Recruitment and Selection committee.

You must attend one info session along with submitting a completed application.

Info Sessions:

  • Tuesday, January 7, 2020 | 11 am- noon |052-0E27

    Wednesday January 8, 2020 | 5 - 6 pm | 006-0124

    Thursday January 9, 2020 | 11 am - noon |192-0106

    Thursday January 9, 2020 | 6 - 7 pm |26-104

Download application: Here

Submit your application HERE!

Applications due Jan. 14, 2020 by 11:59 p.m.

 

POLY REPS Selection criteria

  • Dedication to group and time commitment (approx. 15-25 hrs. each month)
  • Sincere desire to represent Cal Poly
  • Ability to work well with others
  • Effective speaking ability
  • Ability to make a positive first impression
  • Ability to adapt to a variety of situations
  • Minimum 2.5 cumulative grade-point average, full-time student, a minimum of one quarter completed at Cal Poly with at least one year of coursework remaining

Although hard work and commitment are required, much of the individual participation in activities can be worked around the Poly Rep’s class and study schedule.

 

Recruitment Calendar
(dates and specifics added as year progresses):

Application posted: November 2019

Application due by: January 14, 2020 at 11:59 p.m.

You must also attend an info session!

 

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Important Dates

  • Becoming a Poly Reps

  Feb 2020: The 2020 interview and selection process is underway. 
  Good luck!

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"Abe Lincoln once said 'Make sure your feet are in the right place, then stand firm.' Good advice Mr. Lincoln but it is way more challenging to walk backwards"   — Joey Halabrin, (Political Science '18, Poly Reps)