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Fancy earning some cash while you're studying? If you're looking for a fun, rewarding and engaging part-time job that fits around your Higher Education studies, the Student Ambassador programme can give you the opportunity to enhance your CV, gain new skills and build your confidence while having fun and getting paid.


Ollie Ambassador

Why become a student ambassador?

Student Ambassadors get paid to be involved with a variety of College and community events, giving you the chance to practice new skills such as public speaking, organisation, signposting and social skills. You'll have access to free training courses to build up your CV and your confidence, while working with a dynamic and enthusiastic team.

Of course, one of the biggest benefits of becoming a student ambassador is that you get paid! Hours can vary from fixed to flexible depending on requirement.

Please note: our student Ambassadors are Higher Education students only.

What activites can i get involved in?

As an Ambassador, you'll support a lot of different events and activities, including:

  • One-to-one mentoring with new students
  • Small and large group presentations
  • Open day tours, guidance and registration
  • Subject-specific activities relevant to your course
  • Big events throughout the year such as graduation and freshers'

You'll be working with various age groups, enabling you to gain experience working with children and young people in secondary, tertiary and higher education. You'll also meet local people and professionals from different backgrounds, allowing you to practice networking and gain valuable contacts.


Space Camp Ambassador

How do i apply?

  • Come and chat to us at Freshers' Fair in Fal in September
  • Speak to an existing Student Ambassador
  • Pick up an Application form
  • Keep an eye out for information emails and posters around Fal
  • Attend an information session and interview

What is the interview process like?

Interviews will be run as group information sessions. This will begin with an informal presentation about the role, what is expected of you and what you can expect from the position. You will then be invited to a single interview where we will ask you about your current experience and what you think you an bring to the role.

Don't panic! The process is relaxed. All we're looking for is a friendly face to represent our University Centre.

Get in touch with the ambassador team if you have any queries

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