Leaders are critical to the PAL program. They provide structure and consistency to PAL and serve as role models to the entire program. They are valued for their original thought, their contribution to the structure of the program, and their role as ambassadors for the program in the greater community.
Leaders are most likely to be employing their skills and experiences in immediate employment and social situations, and as such they have the most to gain from the program, and also the most to contribute to its running.
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.
Your contribution will be recognised by enrollment in our leadership unit, ENP 1008 Peer Ambassador Leadership Mentoring Program.
What we require of you?
- Attend Leader/Ambassador workshop and invited-speaker events run per semester
- Be a member of and contribute to a PAL portfolio (Visibility, Social, Academic, Development or Facilitator) and attend portfolio meetings
- Within their portfolio be part of the planning and running of an approved ‘project’
- Assist in the coordination of the Ambassador camp
How to apply
Applications have closed for 2014.
Applications for 2015 open September 2014
For more information
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