Not necessarily. We want Ambassadors to have influence within the Rutgers University- New Brunswick community.
While the ideal Ambassador would have influence on all three main social networks, in addition to others like Instagram and Pinterest, we also know that some may be extremely influential on Facebook but not have a Twitter account. We appreciate each Ambassador’s individual strengths.
We encourage Ambassadors to be as active as possible given their work and home life schedules. Ambassadors should be active once a week at a minimum; however, during our high priority events we need everyone to be as active as possible. We estimate about an hour per month commitment.
No! The idea is that you will help spread Rutgers University- New Brunswick information to your followers. We’re not asking that you change any settings – just share information in your voice, to your peers.
- Facebook – Follow @RUFoodPantry on Facebook to receive pantry updates and to find events on campus that offer free food to students.
- Market Bucks – These vouchers can be used at the Farmer’s Market on Cook Campus.
- Deans of Students
- Other Pantries in the New Brunswick Area
- Food Insecurity at Rutgers-New Brunswick (PDF)
- Nutritious Recipes from the Community Food Bank of NJ SNAP-Education Team
Rutgers Student Food Pantry (Inside the College Avenue Student Center)
126 College Ave, New Brunswick, NJ 08901