MTV STUDENT AMBASSADORS
CALLING ALL STUDENTS…CHASING ZERO AND MTV NEED YOU!
We are really excited to be working in partnership with MTV’s Staying Alive Foundation to bring HIV education and awareness campaigns to universities throughout the UK. We’ve been running these student-led HIV awareness campaigns since 2013 as part of a project aiming to reach 25,000 students in through fun awareness and educational activities. We would like to offer the opportunity to passionate individuals who are/will be studying at university to be Chasing Zero Student Ambassadors for 9 months in the 2016/2017 academic year. With outstanding training given at MTV Studios, you will have the chance to make a change in your local university and also in other parts of the world.
Applications for new Student Ambassadors are open.You can apply by filling in the Chasing Zero Ambassador Application Form 2016 and emailing it to: email@example.com (the deadline for applications is 20th August!).
If you want to know more, please look at the Student Ambassador Description or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take a look at what a few previous Chasing Zero Ambassadors have said:
“My year as a Chasing Zero Student Ambassador was challenging, but I have really enjoyed it, especially knowing that all of the effort you put in is for a great cause. The best part of being a Student Ambassador is getting the opportunity to support a good cause that you’re passionate about, and run events that are fun and a bit different”
– Chuma, Student Ambassador, Cardiff University
“I’ve really enjoyed being a Chasing Zero Ambassador, it’s been educating, eye-opening, fun, meaningful and most of all; rewarding!”
– Taisha, Student Ambassador, Birmingham University
“My year as a Chasing Zero Student Ambassador was challenging but I really enjoyed every minute of it. It was great to be able to make students aware of HIV/AIDS through events that they enjoyed, like movie nights. I feel that being a Student Ambassador also taught me to be more assertive in my decisions as a leader and to think spontaneously.”
– Hannah, Student Ambassador, Loughborough University