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I would like to put in my resume that I have voluntarily attended a particular stall to promote a social section in the university and introduce that to the new students.

But what is the title for such a duty?

I look for a professional word that add value to a resume.

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    Were it me, I think I would focus on the service you were promoting, perhaps including the word "promoter" in the title. I don't in any case know of a word other than "stall tender" - but that includes things like serving tea and biscuits. – WS2 Oct 14 '18 at 7:30
  • Attendant or host is common in British usage. – Michael Harvey Oct 14 '18 at 9:08
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    As a native speaker of AmE, when I read "stall attender," I think of the employee who hands out towels and wipes up spills in the restroom/WC/lavatory of a fancy hotel/restaurant/nightclub. – shoover Apr 17 '19 at 15:09
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    You attend an event and you are employed as an attendant (in some capacity). You can also host a booth. However, to attend a stall is pretty meaningless. attender is not a real word, only attendee, one who attends events. You're looking for: host a booth – Lambie Apr 17 '19 at 18:03
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    You advised new students on social groups at the university. – Xanne May 19 '19 at 9:40
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"Marketer" "Promoter" "Evangelist" "Outreach/Communications" (e.g., I was/did outreach/communications for the National Conservation Fund...) "Attendant" "Representative".

For resumes, you title is arbitrary and internal, but your "role" for that "position" should speak to your main responsibilities. I.e., what you did, not where you stood.

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