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Do you love meeting people from different cultures? Are you passionate about Liverpool City Region and your university?
Liverpool City Region Combined Authority, in partnership with the British Council, are currently looking for volunteers to work as Student Ambassadors. In this role you will welcome new international students to the city, and help them get to know the region as well as you do.
The role is unpaid, but volunteers will receive £10 per day towards expenses. You will need to have up to 10 days availability between late September and early November 2022. Your rota will mixture of half and full days, and will be designed to fit around studies or any other commitments.
This is a great opportunity to support new international students and gain hands on experience working in the cultural sector with institutions across Liverpool City Region.
You will also receive work references for future employment, and volunteers will have the chanced to gain free access to a variety of events and activities over the coming months.
Factors to consider:
Closing date for applications is Wednesday 7 September 2022
Please send a CV and up to 500 words detailing your skills and suitability for the role to: firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on Wednesday 7 September 2022.
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