Science Student Ambassadors are current students who volunteer to represent the Faculty at a range of events and activities, to share their passion for studying science.
Some examples of activities that our ambassadors have participated in are:
- volunteered at Open Day and Faculty of Science science information sessions
- talked to potential students about the Faculty
- participated in activities for current students
- been profiled for publications such as the Faculty website, online newsletters and print publications.
Science Student Ambassadors receive training and opportunities for development in public speaking, leadership and communication skills. It's also a great way to meet other enthusiastic science students!
Faculty of Science students who have completed a minimum of one Semester of study are eligible to apply.
Recruitment for Ambassadors occurs in October every year.
We welcome applications from current undergraduate and postgraduate students from any Faculty of Science course.
BSc students must have completed at least 1 year of study in the Faculty. Graduate students must have completed at least one semester of study in the Faculty.
Ambassadors must be able to contribute approximately 24 hours of service across the 12 month period. However, participation is flexible and can be based around your other commitments.
How to apply
Applications are now open for the 2018 intake of Science Student Ambassadors.
Please send your CV and a 1-page document outlining your response to the Key Selection Criteria (see the Position Description) to Jennifer De Gabriele (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Friday 27 October 2017.
Looking back, my time as a Student Ambassador has been an extremely integral part of my growth and development in the areas of teamwork, leadership and interpersonal skills, and in gaining a lot of self belief and a sense of belonging to the university community. I had a fantastic experience volunteering in university events with the Faculty of Science team.
Jennifer De Gabriele
+61 3 8344 7949