Student Employability Points Ambassador Role
The EP team are now welcoming applications for the paid Student EP Ambassador role for 2017-18.
The successful applicant will be responsible for promoting the EP Scheme to students at the University of Kent, particularly through delivering lecture shout-outs, attending events, collaborating with student societies and working with student media outlets.
The applicant will be paid £500 per term, working 5-hours per week with the EP team.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact the EP team via email@example.com
Where are our previous Student Ambassadors now?
The Student Employability Points Ambassador role allows one student to gain an array of experiences and skills. See what our previous Ambassadors have achieved since graduating below:
Rose Noble, 2016-17
Rose recently completed her four-year degree in Law with a Year in Hong Kong and is currently undertaking an EP reward (10-week internship) with TMLEP as a Medico-Legal Administrator.
Elouise Mitchell, 2015-16
Since finishing her fourth year studying Law, Elouise has started a paid internship with EP sponsor, Shepway Council. Elouise is currently working in their Planning Team and Shepway Council have kindly offered to fund further postgraduate studies in Planning. Elouise has since moved onto Dover District Council, continuing her career in planning.
Molly Ferguson, 2014-15
Since graduating with a 2:1 with an English and German Law degree in July 2015, Molly has been studying for the LPC LLM at the University of Law in Guilford. On completion of her further studies, Molly will begin a Training Contract with Cripps LLP.
Leo Wilkinson, 2013-14
Since completing his degree in Politics and International Relations, Leo has completed a Masters Degree in European Affairs at SciencesPo, Paris and the London School of Economics. During this time, Leo has interned for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and was President of BETA e.V. (Brining Europeans Together Association).