Leaders are recruited through a competitive process, beginning in September of each year. Students must have served as Ambassadors in order to be considered for this role, and be at the end of second-year.
The leaders role is to undertake extended leadership training and to help the Transition Coordinator to manage the PAL program. Leaders organise social events, training days for Ambassadors and run sessions at the Ambassador camp held in February of each year.
Leaders are encouraged to undertake volunteer work that corresponds to their intellectual interests and ethical beliefs. They liaise closely with the Transition Coordinator throughout the year, and meet with the Transition Coordinator individually during their third-year to discuss their progress, and their plans for the future.
- attend an interview with the Transition Coordinator in November 2013
- attend the Ambassadors Training Camp in February 2014
- be available for Orientation events in semesters 1 and 2, 2014 as well as Open-Day
- undertake volunteer work in 2014
Applications for 2013 have closed. Applications will open in September 2013 for the 2014 Program.
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