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Study Geelong Student Ambassador Program

Study Geelong Student Ambassadors help strengthen relationships between international students and the broader Geelong community and promote Geelong as a friendly place to learn, live and explore, through storytelling on social media.

Study Geelong Ambassadors:

  • participate in free professional development training including public speaking, leadership, networking and creating content for social media
  • represent Study Geelong at functions and assist with agent visitations
  • plan and attend Study Geelong activities and promote them through social media and their institutions
  • share their ambassador experience online via social media and blogging

 

Applications for the 2019 Study Geelong Student Ambassador Program are now open!

Applications close on 21st November 2018 at 5pm. Interviews for those students who are shortlisted will take place on 28th November and induction training will occurr on 12 December.

If you are currently overseas, a second round will be held in 2019.

Please note that you must apply for a Working with Children Check card (volunteer classification). You do not need to have received your card prior to submitting your application to become an ambassador, simply have applied for your card.

Read on for more information including how to apply here.

 

2018 Ambassadors

The Study Geelong 2018 Student Ambassadors are:

 Aki (Japan), Chirag (India), Cindy (China), Sanjay (India), Stephen (Vietnam), Tayyaba (Pakistan), Zohaib (Pakistan) and Alvia (Pakistan) & Tash (Australia) - not pictured. 

Congratulations and we look forward to working with you to show what an amazing place Geelong is to Learn, Live & Explore.

 

Ambassadors Deakin

 

2017 Study Geelong Student Ambassadors

Thank you to our 2017 Ambassadors: Gabriel Chuwang-Kwa, Hung Wei Liu, Shu Al Barhi, Balaji Trichy Narayaswamy, Ron Bunker, Jacinta Smith and Mohammed Al Farsi (absent in photo).

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