Ambassadors provide a lynchpin to the PAL program. They serve as mentors to transition year Peers, and are able to make a very real contribution to the Leadership portfolios. Ambassadors are the most visible members of the program assisting in Orientation events, Open Day, School visits and PAL recruitment.
They are called upon to draw on their own life skills and experiences in the mentoring of transition year students who may come from a diversity of backgrounds. Ambassadors are relied upon for their interpersonal skills as well as their understanding of university life.
Your contribution will be recognised by enrolment in our leadership unit, ENP 1008 Peer Ambassador Leadership Mentoring Program.
What we require of you?
- Attend a residential camp at second last weekend in February 2016
- Take responsibility for mentoring up to 5 Peers in both semester 1 and 2
- Attend at least 3 Leader & Ambassador workshops and invited-speaker events per semester
- Be available to assist with Orientation weeks in February and July.
- Be available to assist with Open Day in August
- Assist with recruitment of Peers and Ambassadors for following years
- Develop leadership skills by joining a Leaders Portfolio – Development, Academic, Social and Visibility.
- Help out with school visits to promote the Faculty of Arts.
How to apply
- Applications open September 2015 for the 2016 Program
For more information
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