Globe University-Woodbury Student Selected for Pearson Learning Solutions’ Campus Ambassador Program

Business student chosen to attend national sales meeting based on strength of essay

Globe University-Woodbury business student Patrick Wirkus was selected to attend Pearson Learning Solutions’ national sales meeting in San Diego, Calif. Wirkus was selected on the strength of his essay, which explained why he should be selected.

“The Pearson team looks forward to have Patrick represent our program to the sales organization,” said Andrea Shaw, Pearson Learning Solutions Marketing Program Director. “Patrick exemplifies true excellence and we are confident he will represent Globe University-Woodbury and Pearson well.”

The Pearson Campus Ambassador program provides students with
practical work experience as they collaborate with faculty, other students and
Pearson professionals to shape existing and future programs and services. More
than 100 public and private sector higher education institutions participate in
the Campus Ambassador program.

“I feel honored to receive this opportunity,” said Wirkus. “I am looking forward to showcasing my professionalism and skills I have gained throughout my education at Globe

Pearson Campus Ambassadors commit to a minimum of six months
of service and assist with a variety of activities, including market research
into service learning initiatives at their schools; evaluate new Pearson
offerings that tackle recruiting and placement issues; contributing to
Pearson’s blog to share student perspectives; and assiste with initiatives
that demonstrate improved effectiveness and outcomes to institutions in support
of federal standards.