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Do you love meeting people from different cultures, and are you passionate about the Liverpool City Region and your university?
If so, then we have a great opportunity to become a Student Ambassador for an exciting new project – the International Student Welcome – that will help new students get to know the region as well as you do.
We are looking for 10 students to volunteer to take part in the project, which will involve a time commitment of up to 10 days during late September and October. Expenses of £10 a day will be provided.
This is a great chance to support international students and help them to develop a sense of place, appreciate the breadth of the cultural offer, get involved in their communities, and feel part of the life of the city and city region.
You’ll need to be available during both weekdays and weekends, and these can be individual hours or half days that will fit around studies or any other commitments.
The successful applicants will not only gain hands on experience but will also receive work references for future employment. This is a great opportunity to gain experience working directly within the cultural sector and cultural institutions across Liverpool City Region and you will also have the chanced to gain free access to a variety of events and activities.
Please send a CV and up to 500 words detailing your skills and suitability for the role to: email@example.com by midnight on Friday 10th September 2021.
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