Student Ambassador Program

This program was designed to give students from CFP® Registered Programs insight into the fee-only financial planning profession. NAPFA conferences are an opportunity to meet other Fee-Only financial advisors, hear from expert speakers, and meet other students. As Student Ambassadors, participants will assist NAPFA staff in registration and session management, as well as any other conference activities as necessary.

Student Ambassador Responsibilities:

  • Scan attendee badges outside of session rooms to track attendance for CE credit
  • Provide directions to attendees
  • Assist at registration desk by checking in attendees, handing out badges, and answering attendee questions
  • Assist with making announcements in the exhibit hall
  • Wear business professional attire and conduct oneself in a professional manner throughout the conference
  • Attend student volunteer reception

Student Ambassador Benefits:

  • Complimentary registration to NAPFA conference
  • Ability to attend educational sessions and networking events
  • Networking reception with NAPFA volunteers

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Be a current undergraduate student enrolled in a CFP® Board Registered Program
  • Complete the Student Ambassador application
  • Have the support of your Program Director
  • Attend Zoom meeting prior to attending the conference to review details
  • Arrive on Thursday, May 9 in the morning for a mandatory training/orientation session
  • Attend the full conference

Registration

The application period for the NAPFA Spring 2024 National Conference will open on Monday, February 12, 2024 and end Wednesday, April 17.

Being a student ambassador was the perfect way to get my foot in the door as an aspiring financial advisor because I got to scan in hundreds of people into the sessions and have little conversations with many of them.

I was nervous as NAPFA was my first ever conference, but the other student ambassadors really helped to lift the nerves. I would recommend being a student ambassador to any college student interested in financial planning!

- Christopher Lee, University of Georgia '22