Any current student enrolled at RMIT who is passionate about their RMIT experience and keen to represent RMIT at a range of activities and events.

You must have completed at least one semester of study to ensure you have the knowledge about RMIT to successfully fulfill the role.

Our student ambassadors play a key role at events on the RMIT calendar. These events include:

  • Orientation Welcome Days
  • Open Day.

There are many roles required at each event such as:

  • greeting visitors
  • directing tours for new students
  • assisting new students.

In addition to major events, there will be smaller functions that ambassadors are requested to attend as student representatives. These functions include talks to school students and representing RMIT to visiting delegations.

To challenge yourself, develop new skills and gain valuable experience that future employers will value.

To build a greater connection to the RMIT community, make a difference and make new friends.

To open up further opportunities. Students who demonstrate a high level of commitment and competence will be invited to undertake additional training and participate in higher level roles such as speaking to delegations and forums and other specialist ambassador roles.

To receive formal recognition. Students who complete the minimum volunteering commitment and training receive a LEAD certificate signed by the Vice-Chancellor and recognition of their contribution on their academic transcript.

  • To challenge yourself, develop new skills and gain valuable experience that future employers will value.
  • To build a greater connection to the RMIT community, make a difference and make new friends.
  • To open up further opportunities. Students who demonstrate a high level of commitment and competence will be invited to undertake additional training and participate in higher level roles such as speaking to delegations and forums and other specialist ambassador roles.
  • To receive formal recognition. Students who complete the minimum volunteering commitment and training receive a LEAD certificate signed by the Vice-Chancellor and recognition of their contribution on their academic transcript.
  • To challenge yourself, develop new skills and gain valuable experience that future employers will value.
  • To build a greater connection to the RMIT community, make a difference and make new friends.
  • To open up further opportunities. Students who demonstrate a high level of commitment and competence will be invited to undertake additional training and participate in higher level roles such as speaking to delegations and forums and other specialist ambassador roles.
  • To receive formal recognition. Students who complete the minimum volunteering commitment and training receive a LEAD certificate signed by the Vice-Chancellor and recognition of their contribution on their academic transcript.
  • To challenge yourself, develop new skills and gain valuable experience that future employers will value.
  • To build a greater connection to the RMIT community, make a difference and make new friends.
  • To open up further opportunities. Students who demonstrate a high level of commitment and competence will be invited to undertake additional training and participate in higher level roles such as speaking to delegations and forums and other specialist ambassador roles.
  • To receive formal recognition. Students who complete the minimum volunteering commitment and training receive a LEAD certificate signed by the Vice-Chancellor and recognition of their contribution on their academic transcript.
  • To challenge yourself, develop new skills and gain valuable experience that future employers will value.
  • To build a greater connection to the RMIT community, make a difference and make new friends.
  • To open up further opportunities. Students who demonstrate a high level of commitment and competence will be invited to undertake additional training and participate in higher level roles such as speaking to delegations and forums and other specialist ambassador roles.
  • To receive formal recognition. Students who complete the minimum volunteering commitment and training receive a LEAD certificate signed by the Vice-Chancellor and recognition of their contribution on their academic transcript.
  • To challenge yourself, develop new skills and gain valuable experience that future employers will value.
  • To build a greater connection to the RMIT community, make a difference and make new friends.
  • To open up further opportunities. Students who demonstrate a high level of commitment and competence will be invited to undertake additional training and participate in higher level roles such as speaking to delegations and forums and other specialist ambassador roles.
  • To receive formal recognition. Students who complete the minimum volunteering commitment and training receive a LEAD certificate signed by the Vice-Chancellor and recognition of their contribution on their academic transcript.

Yes. Training for the Student Ambassadors Program involves a range of workshops relevant to the ambassadorial role including; communication, teamwork, presentations and event management skills.

There will be a mandatory training session for all new student ambassadors. This will cover the basics about RMIT and what you can expect from the program.

Once you have completed the basic training, you will become eligible for further training in more specific skills.

Complete the Student Ambassadors application form in CareerHub. Recruitment for the Student Ambassadors Program starts in October for Semester 1 the next year. Applications remain open for one month.

For further information

Student Ambassadors Program

Tel. + 61 3 9925 4726
Email: ambassadors@rmit.edu.au

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