OUR CAP AMBASSADORS
Upperclassmen serve as Ambassadors Each Year
Medhanit is a senior who loves adventure. She likes to meet new people and help as much as she can. She is a junior member at the Rockville volunteer fire department. She is training and working as an EMT and one day, hopefully, a firefighter.
Oona is a senior in the CAP. They love art and writing, and use both as forms of political activism as well as self-expression. They are also the captain of Blair’s forensics team, and a member of the Montgomery County NDSC Executive Board.
Delia is a captain of the Blair field hockey team and loves fashion and doodling. She has been a vegetarian since she was 8 and loves animals. She is interested in gender studies, environmental activism and is passionate about learning ASL.
Sammi loves to write, cook, travel, play softball, and hike. She is part of the Executive Team of Blair Network Communications. She loves the CAP community because of how willing everyone is to share their perspectives, making for great class discussions.
Evan has a passion for architecture and activism. He is on the yearbook design staff, a member of the Blair chapter of Amnesty International, and a varsity runner for Blair’s track and field team. His favorite part of CAP is the community it creates even in a large school.
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.