OUR CAP AMBASSADORS
Two Seniors and Two Juniors Serve as Ambassadors Each Year
Renata is a Bolivian-American senior in CAP who also works as an Editor-in-Chief of Blair's award winning student run newspaper, Silver Chips, and its Spanish section, La Esquina Latina.
Kanayo is currently a senior in the CAP at Montgomery Blair High School. He likes baseball, listening to and playing music, and spending time outdoors. He plays French Horn and is also a part of Blair’s stage crew!
Oona is an artist and a writer, and they love those aspects of the CAP, as well as all the cool opportunities to learn new things provided by the program. When they graduate, they’d love to be a clinical psychologist or a professional artist (or both)!
Medhanit likes to write. She is an activist for gun control, women’s rights, and civil rights. She is on the school’s football and track teams. One day, she’d like to be a lawyer.
We serve as liaisons to our CAP peers as well as plan events and activities.
During distance learning, we are committed to developing our CAP and school communities through fun virtual events such as trivia/Jeopardy, Google Escape Rooms, cooking lessons, and more.
CAP Ambassadors organize and run a CAP student government. Three freshmen and three sophomores are elected as liaisons for their classes. Council meets once a month to discuss program initiatives.
CAP COMMUNITY DAY
CAP Ambassadors' biggest task of the year is to organize a day of community service for all 300+ CAP students and staff. Participants travel to various organizations around the area to give back to their community.