Canterbury College - Becoming a Student Ambassador
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Becoming a Student Ambassador

Did you know that you can earn money by representing your College? Our Student Ambassadors get to boost their CV's, develop new skills and meet new friends, whilst representing the College at events throughout the year.

Applications for the role of Student Ambassador have opened for the 22/23 academic year. This is your opportunity to join a vibrant and diverse group of the students and represent Canterbury College at internal and external events throughout the year.

Apply here

What does a Student Ambassador do?

A great Student Ambassador is passionate about their College and would be keen to share their positive experiences with potential students. The types of things you'd be asked to do are as follows:

  • Providing support at Open Day;
  • Supporting Enrolment events;
  • Attending external events around Canterbury;
  • Delivering College tours;
  • Promoting Student Experience events, trips, and other internal events.

What are the benefits of becoming a Student Ambassador?

As well as being able to boost your CV you will have access to the following benefits;

  • Earn money whilst working flexible hours around your College timetable;
  • Receive expert training in customer service;
  • Boost your CV with lots of different experiences and skills;
  • Work as part of a great team and build your confidence;
  • Support your fellow students in their College life;
  • Chances to be rewarded for your work and earn free spaces on College trips.

Ambassador rate of pay: £9.50 - £9.90 per hour

How do I apply?

We accept applications for the Student Ambassador role throughout the month of September every year. This year, the applications will close on Friday 30 September.

Fill in this form to apply today.

So long as you have put your application in on time, we will get in touch regarding an interview and an assessment day. Following this, successful applicants will be contacted to attend training sessions for the upcoming Open Days.

What do our Ambassadors say about the role?

"I gained lots of confidence whilst studying at Canterbury College and acting as a student ambassador. The skills I learned enabled me to perform well in interviews. A few months ago, I learned that I have been selected as a Civil Service Apprentice and will be working in the central government in London. I'll be doing this alongside studying for my Economics degree. I wouldn't have achieved this without the skills and experience I developed as an ambassador for the College."

-Camille Van de Wiele, Public Services student

"I have gained more confidence in public speaking and communication. I have also become better at working in a team, presenting and working well with a more diverse group of people!"

-Nabina Tamang, Science student