Thank you for your interest in serving as a Quest Ambassador!
The Quest Ambassador program is administered by QuestBridge and the Quest Scholars Network. Quest Ambassadors provide outreach and recruitment assistance for our programs and are passionate about providing younger students with the same opportunities from which they benefited. We believe Quest Ambassadors are our best spokespeople.
To be a Quest Ambassador, the only requirement is that you are a Quest Scholar. You are not committing to any specific volunteer time as an Ambassador – rather, by signing up above, you will be emailed about campaigns and opportunities to be involved at your own will as an Ambassador. You can sign up to join our mailing list at any time!
Ziyan – Quest Staff, Ambassadors Program
The National Ambassadors
Cesar Rufino, Dartmouth College, '18
Double majoring in Economics and Psychology
Cesar is a first-generation student hailing from Chicago, Illinois. His interests lie in immigration and business, and he is the administrative assistant of his father’s locally based painting company. He is looking forward to working with the amazing individuals on the E-Board during the upcoming school year, for he believes that Ambassadors can foster relationships around the country and use the positive personalities of all Quest Scholars to show high school students that there is no limitation to what they can achieve.
Lauren Beard, University of Pennsylvania, '17
Double majoring in Biological Basis of Behavior and Modern Middle Eastern Studies
Lauren is a junior at the University of Pennsylvania and originally from Buford, Ga. She loves living in a city, running, and traveling and hopes to one day visit Istanbul. She is beyond excited to be serving on the National Ambassadors Executive Board and looks forward to the great things this team is bound to develop.
Viet Nguyen, Brown University, '17
Majoring in Education Studies with a concentration in Computer Science
Viet is a rising junior at Brown University and is passionate about education reform and equity. This past year, he helped organize the largest First-Gen conference held at Brown, drawing over 300 students and administrators from 16 universities and developed partnerships with organizations ranging from I'm First to Michelle Obama's Reach Higher Initiative.