Why become an ambassador?
Being a student ambassador is an extremely rewarding role, you will have the opportunity to get involved with Post 16 and your experience as an ambassador can also help to enhance UCAS and job applications. This year, for the first time, we have joined forces with Teesside University to launch the Sixth Form Ambassador Programme. This will give you the opportunity to complete a training programme which will be delivered by the University on their campus. This will allow you to learn new skills, gain confidence and also experience University life.
What is involved?
As a student ambassador you will have the opportunity to get involved in lots of different activities, meet new people and most importantly be a representative of Post 16. You will help us to recruit new students and promote Post 16 through events and open days. As mentioned above, you will also complete a programme of training with Teesside University.
What makes a good ambassador?
Typically, ambassadors are confident, organised and good communicators. A good ambassador will also be positive, polite and friendly.
What is the commitment?
You must be willing to attend the training programme at Teesside University and also be available for open events which are held at the Academy.
How do I apply?
Please see Mrs Hill for further details. The deadline is Friday 29th September – tomorrow!!