Ambassadors Represent Baylor in Washington, DCJan. 25, 2013
Members of Baylor Ambassadors, the student organization that represents Baylor to local, state and federal officials, made their annual trip to Washington, DC. in December. They met with representatives to advocate for issues that are important to their fellow students, including funds for education and research. This year, they also toured the White House, participated in a mock trial, and enjoyed a tour of the U.S. Capitol led by Rep. Louie Gohmert, a Baylor Law graduate. Formed in 1982, the Baylor Ambassadors program welcomes student participants from a variety of disciplines across the campus. In addition to meeting with elected official in Austin and Washington, DC, Baylor Ambassadors welcome visiting dignitaries and participate in community outreach events.