Student Ambassadors Scheme
Acting as a voice for their fellow students, Ambassadors are indispensable in helping to advance the awareness of endocrinology throughout their institutions and beyond.
Valuable and rewarding, being a Student Ambassador will make you a vital link between your fellow students, your institution, the Society and the endocrine community. The Ambassador scheme is also central in ensuring the Society is recognising and supporting our next generation of endocrinologists effectively and ensuring that they are taking an active role in the wider endocrine community.
As an Ambassador you can you cultivate valuable, transferable skills by getting involved in many different ways including, but not limited to:
Each institution has between 2 and 4 Ambassadors at any one time involved in the following activities:
- Promoting the work of the Society within institutions and to fellow students
- Setting up and hosting an Endocrine Club in your institution - alternatively, if you are already a part of a local Endocrine Club or Society we can help you connect with Endocrine Clubs at different institutions
- Providing a voice to the student community through attending focus groups, advising on Student Member policy and other student activities at the Society
- Create content for the Ambassador Zone and our magazine The Endocrinologist
How to apply
The scheme is open to all Student Members and to Scientist-in-Training Members who are PhD students. Between 2 and 3 representatives will be appointed at each university/institution with the aim of achieving a wide spread of representation throughout each institution. Initial term duration will be up to 2 years. Only a limited number of students will be chosen to represent each university/institution. If this sounds like the place for you, get in touch today!
Complete the below form to register your interest, and return completed forms to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information email email@example.com