International Student Ambassadors
Want to talk to a current Shoreline Community College student? International Student Ambassadors (ISAs) are current international students ready to share their experiences and help answer your questions. You can find contact information for a variety of platforms and languages below or feel free to email at their shared work email email@example.com.
In addition to communicating with prospective international students in a variety of languages through social media and email, ISAs gain real-world skills by designing social media graphics, producing videos, supporting outreach staff with marketing materials and webinars, and using a variety of online tools as well as software like Canva, LiveChat, and Adobe Premiere Pro.
Talk to an International Student Ambassador
Nancy Basileus, Egypt
Major: Graphic Design
Why I chose Shoreline: I chose Shoreline because the college offers many interesting programs and Shoreline's Visual Communications Technology program is very strong. The tuition is affordable, and the 2+2 university transfer path can help me save more tuition. Instructors and staff here are genuinely nice, helpful, and welcoming all students.
One favorite thing about Shoreline: I really like that Shoreline opens the door to give students not only the education opportunities but also offering us many options of volunteering, working, learning new things, and getting involved in the community.
One tip to share with new students: Be yourself! Keep trying until reaching your goals and enjoy every single moment of your life.
What I do when I'm free: I love to create new designs, watching TV, and hanging out with my family and friends especially on a gorgeous day.
Facebook: العربية - Shoreline Community College
Lizzie Halim, Indonesia
Major: Industrial Engineering
Why I chose Shoreline: I heard Shoreline has an amazing community, including their friendly staff at International Education. They are very helpful for your college success.
One favorite thing about Shoreline: I love the green natural campus!
One tip to share with new students: Take advantage of the opportunities Shoreline offers, such as the events and services provided.
What I do when I'm free: I love exploring new places with friends!
Facebook: Shoreline Community College- Bahasa
Line: Shoreline CC (shorelinecc)
Xinyu (Jasmine) Hu, China
Why I chose Shoreline: Shoreline has an incredibly beautiful campus. All the great instructors and experienced advisors are here to help you make a study plan and prepare for university transfer.
One favorite thing about Shoreline: The academic support system is great!
One tip to share with new students: Attend activities as much as possible to make many new friends and integrate into the community.
What I do when I'm free: I like to hang out with my friends during my spare time.
WeChat: 雪兰学院 (shorelinecc)
Aidan Ma, Hong Kong
Why I chose Shoreline: I chose Shoreline because of its beautiful campus and the direct transportation to downtown Seattle.
One favorite thing about Shoreline: Shoreline is a really diverse campus which makes me feel welcoming. Clubs are also one of my favorite things about Shoreline. There are a lot of student clubs on campus. Explore and you will find a club you like!
One tip to share with new students: Remember to be active and involved on campus, go out and meet new people. Meeting new friends can help you academically and socially.
What I do when I'm free: I like going to downtown and doing some street photography. I also like to cook when I have the time to do so.
Facebook: 雪蘭社區大學 Shoreline Community College
Line: Shoreline CC (shorelinecc)
Mélanie Kasemrath, France
Why I chose Shoreline: I chose Shoreline because of its diversity and community. The fact that there is a 2+2 university transfer is a must!
One favorite thing about Shoreline: I really feel integrated here. I have had a lot of support from staff and professors. Also, there are many events on campus. Try them out!
One tip to share with new students: Create connections, go to events, and use all the resources available on campus! Staff are super nice and really helpful.
What I do when I'm free: I love to cook and try new recipes, travel and discover new places.
Facebook: Shoreline Community College - français
Daiki Hagiwara, Japan
Major: Computer Science
Why I chose Shoreline: Teachers and staff at Shoreline are very helpful and kind. All the encouragement I have received has made me more confident. Shoreline also has guaranteed transfer pathways to amazing universities as well as a history of sending students to top U.S. universities.
One favorite thing about Shoreline: Shoreline campus is so beautiful surrounded by nature. There are even hiking trails right behind the campus.
One tip to share with new students: Don't be shy! I know many people would say this when you get nervous speaking English, but they do mean it because it's very diverse here and people are friendly, respectful, and welcoming.
What I do when I'm free: I often go to a fitness gym, watch anime on Netflix, and hang out with my friends.
Facebook: Shoreline Community College - 日本語
Line: Shoreline CC (shorelinecc)
Chau (Cindy) Nguyen, Vietnam
Why I chose Shoreline: I chose Shoreline because it not only provides a High School Completion program but also has a 2+2 transfer program, which is a great pathway for me to obtain a bachelor’s degree with a more affordable tuition cost compared to a traditional 4-year undergraduate program. Besides that, as I researched, Shoreline is well known for sending a high percentage of their students to many prestigious universities, including UCLA, NYU, and UW Seattle. Therefore, I believe that with all the support and guidance from the Academic Advisors during my time studying at Shoreline, I can easily transfer to my dream university.
One favorite thing about Shoreline: Shoreline has on-campus housing, where I'm currently living there! It's extremely convenient and secured. I can walk to my classrooms within only a few minutes. There are also many fun events like Movie Night and Grocery Bingo at the 7000 Great Room.
One tip to share with new students: Don't be shy about asking for help or starting a conversation. Make friends with your classmates and outside of your classrooms. When you start at Shoreline, be sure to follow Shoreline's social media pages so you won't miss out great opportunities to interact with other students during a variety of events, workshops, and school trips throughout the year.
What I do when I'm free: When I have time, I usually take the bus or light rail to discover new places in the city or find good places to eat with my friends.
Facebook: Shoreline Community College - Tiếng Việt
Ai Ngamkitcharoenlap, Thailand
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Why I chose Shoreline: A friend of my dad introduced me to Shoreline's High School Completion program, which allows international students to receive both a high school diploma and a two-year college associate degree. This program along with Shoreline’s location as well as many extracurricular activities really interested me. And, here I am!
One favorite thing about Shoreline: Everyone here I’ve met so far is so nice and welcoming. Professors, advisors, and staff are always here to help me when I have any questions.
One tip to share with new students: Try to get involved as much as you can. There’re so many good opportunities waiting for you out there.
What I do when I'm free: I usually hang out with my friends, try new cafes and restaurants, and watch K-Dramas.
Check out Ai's videos in the playlist of International Student Productions.
To share what it is like to be a student at Shoreline with prospective students, parents, and international partners and assist prospective students during the admission process.
To increase the global presence of Shoreline Community College and help more students achieve their academic goals at Shoreline!
What ISAs Do
- Represent Shoreline Community College as current student ambassadors to answer questions from prospective students and give campus tours to International Education visitors.
- Increase our social media presence globally by engaging with our audience and connecting with new followers and regularly post on social media with helpful information for prospective and current students.
- Learn and improve skills in marketing, graphic design, effective communication, social media management, and using a variety of online tools and software like Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Canva, LiveChat, and Adobe Premiere Pro.
Become an ISA
Hiring decisions will be made based on the applicant’s qualifications, completed online application, interview, and/or performance on assigned project. Skills in photography and video editing are preferred. Please stay tuned to our Facebook page and Instagram to learn when a position is open. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to bring them to International Education or email Linda Du.