Wharton Ambassadors

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Wharton Ambassadors (WHAMB) is a student organization that works closely with Wharton Undergraduate Division administrators to conduct information sessions and coffee chats for prospective students and families, to contribute to admitted-student event management, and to participate in high school outreach. As the “face of the Wharton Undergraduate Program,” the Wharton Ambassadors uphold and represent the Wharton brand and provide input on marketing and communications. Wharton Ambassadors is also a tight-knit community of students committed to a well-rounded academic and social experience here at Wharton.

Points of Contact

Haerin So
VP of Recruitment
Ryan Pohly
Valeria Celi


Most Recent
Question: Does WHAMB accept non-Wharton students? - Anonymous

No, WHAMB only accepts Wharton students and/or dual degree Wharton students

- Sydney Woods
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Basic Info

32 Registered (20 - 50 Members)

Not Currently Accepting Members

Application Required

Fall Semester


How to Get Involved

Every semester, Wharton Ambassadors looks for its newest members. Students interested in learning more about joining the club should keep an eye out for WHAMB Facebook events in September. Updated information about recruitment is listed below as well. The club hosts information sessions in the beginning of every school year for students interested in learning about the group and how to apply. Look out for WHAMB at the annual Wharton Club Fair, too!

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