Stamps Health Services Ambassadors

Stamps Health Services Ambassadors help run campus-wide events relating to a wide variety of health topics. In past experiences, our Ambassadors assisted with flu vaccination clinics, HPV clinics, blood pressure checks, GT Welcome week, Health Initiatives events, and many other events throughout the year.

Follow us on Instagram: @gtshsambassadors


Mentoring Program

This program gives an opportunity for students to shadow physicians that work in the Stamps Health Services.

  • Must be an active member of the club
  • Minimum GPA of 3.0
  • For Juniors, Seniors, and beyond only
  • Get to shadow physicians two hours or more every week for one semester, and are also invited to special events


Organization Supervisor: Dr. Benjamin Holton, MD

President: Arushi Upadhyay 


VP Committees: Ryan Kann 


VP of Membership: Aleena Chaudry


VP of Internal Affairs: Regina Nwosu


VP Health Outreach: Tobi Arogundade


VP Finance: Ishan Doma




SHS Ambassadors is an application-based organization that works with STAMPS Health Services and the Georgia Tech community to provide volunteering and educational opportunities to student ambassadors including:

  • Healthcare speakers/panels
  • (Virtual) Shadowing opportunities
  • Public health initiatives on campus
  • Networking with Stamps health professionals
  • Collaborative events with other GT pre-health organizations

Applicants agree to assist in activities throughout the school year as needed.  That additional commitment can include assistance with GT1000 classes and Stamps Health Services promotional events, based on your availability.   

Applicants must have a 2.75 GPA and be in good standing.  In turn, applicants will be able to gain a more intimate knowledge of Stamps Health Services and meet the healthcare practitioners.  Because the success of the Ambassador program depends on your commitment, please only apply if you are willing to honor your commitment to work at any specific event.


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