Campus Ambassadors 2016/17
Campus Ambassadors play a key role in the promotion of The Undergraduate Awards in our Affiliate Institutions all over the globe. They act as our eyes and ears on campus, helping us to get the word out to students, and advising the UA Team on how best we can promote the programme.
This is a voluntary role and usually requires a commitment of no more than 2 hours per week on average, during term time. As a Campus Ambassador, you decide how to increase awareness of the programme in your university or college, on a time that suits your schedule. The UA Team will be a phone call or email away to support you with your promotion, and to help you come up with creative ideas and events.
Promoting UA on campus can often involve methods such as putting up posters, circulating flyers, sharing updates on student social media groups, running an information evening or stand, speaking to college officials and Heads of Department, contacting the Students’ Union – along with any other creative, innovative strategy you come up with!
We are recruiting Campus Ambassadors from around the world to help promote The Undergraduate Awards 2017 Programme throughout the 2016/2017 academic year.
This opportunity will give you an excellent boost for your CV, earn you some experience in volunteering for a non-profit organisation, and will grant you a behind-the-scenes view of the world’s largest academic awards programme.
As well as this, the Campus Ambassador who shows the most initiative and innovation throughout the course of the programme will be brought to Dublin, Ireland for the exclusive four-day UA Global Summit in November 2017.
If you’d like to apply for the position of Campus Ambassador in your institution, you can fill out this form Campus Ambassador Form.
For any further questions, email Clare on email@example.com
Current Campus Ambassadors
|Australian National University||Jessica Urwin
|Boğaziçi University||Uğur Özkan|
|Brown University||Harmony Schorr|
|Chapman University||Brittney Souza|
|Dublin Institute of Technology||Sayed Ahmad Saeed|
|ETH Zürich||Marco Stöckli|
|Institute of Technology, Sligo||Killian Glynn|
|Maynooth University||Marketa Rygolova
|Nanyang Technological University||Yanyao She
|Qatar University||Raja Aderdor|
|University of Birmingham||Jack Metcalf|
|University of Calgary||Doug Doyle-Baker|
|University of Exeter||Thomas Smith|
|University of Glasgow||Holly Scott
|University of Montpellier||Yacine Ruiu-Khettab
|University of Newcastle, Australia||Jiaqian (Vita) Ling|
|University of Pittsburgh||Ali Greenholt|
|University of Queensland||Madeleine Briggs
|University of Tennessee, Knoxville||Colleen Ryan|
|Waterford Institute of Technology||Katie Duggan|
|Western University||Wyatt Merkley