Student Ambassadors perform a vital role by volunteering their time to support College events.
By becoming an Ambassador, you will develop skills and gain experience that will not only look good on your UCAS form and CV, it will also impress employers.
Ambassadors are expected to act as role models by representing the College appropriately at events and by performing a number of activities and duties, which include:
- Collegiate interview evenings
- Open evenings
- In-school drop ins with the College Progression Team
- School visits to the College
- Marketing activities
- Administrative duties
- Community events.
The Student Ambassador scheme is open to all students, who will receive compulsory training before undertaking duties.
As well as developing teamwork, team leading, presentation and public speaking skills, becoming an ambassador will enable you to meet new people, make friends and have fun!
If you would like to find out more or get involved in the scheme, download the job description, person specification and application form below, or email email@example.com