Student Ambassadors

Be the voice for physics by building an inclusive community at your college or university.
Apply to become a student ambassador
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What do student ambassadors do?

At colleges and universities around the world, student ambassadors:

  • Gain leadership experience through exclusive programs and events
  • Advocate for physics at their school
  • Network with physicists to improve their career preparedness
  • Support their community by sharing resources with their peers

Any undergraduate or graduate student with at least a year left in their studies can apply.

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Student ambassador community

Connect with other student ambassadors, discover new opportunities, and get access to exclusive workshops, programs, and events.
Connect with other student ambassadors

Find your school's student ambassador

Contact your school's student ambassador directly to get involved — usually through their publicly available school email, or contact us and we’ll put you in touch.

If your school does not yet have a student ambassador, apply to be your institution’s first.


Contact us for more information.


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APS chapters support graduate students, postdocs, and early career scientists at their colleges, universities, and national laboratories.

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Connect with others who share your special interests in physics, advance your career, find mentorship opportunities, and more.

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Through our international outreach activities and worldwide membership, APS serves as a welcoming global hub for physicists from around the world.

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Joining APS connects you to other students, mentors, funding opportunities, and ways to advance your education and career in physics.

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If you embrace scientific discovery, truth and integrity, partnership, inclusion, and lifelong curiosity, this is your professional home.