Student Ambassador Scheme
Stage 2+ and Postgraduate School of Arts students (single and joint honours) are invited to apply to become a Student Ambassador for the upcoming academic year.
There are two types of ambassador you can apply for – general and outreach – and you are welcome to apply for both. Rates of pay range from £7.68 to £14.83 per hour.
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Application form: application-form-201617
Please send your completed application form to Leila Jones on L.S.Jones@kent.ac.uk or Leila Jones, Jarman Building, University of Kent, Canterbury, CT2 7UG by 5pm on Monday 3rd October 2016.
Interviews will be held from 7th October onwards. You will be contacted to arrange a suitable time and date. If you are successful, you will also be required to attend a training session.
If you have any questions about the roles, have any problems filling in the application form or would just like to have an informal chat about the role feel free to contact Leila on L.S.Jones@kent.ac.uk or pop into Jarman Reception.
Studio 3 Gallery Invigilators
Studio 3 Gallery relies on a dedicated and engaged group of student volunteers to fulfil many of the roles of the gallery. These students gain valuable practical experience in a broad range of areas from marketing, educational outreach work, fundraising and curating and are able to meet artists, art dealers, collectors and curators. These opportunities have subsequently enabled our graduates to forge careers in the art world following graduation.
We are currently recruiting student volunteers into our scheme. The scheme has three levels of increasing complexity and responsibility:
If you are interested in volunteering please contact our Gallery Coordinator, Katie McGown (firstname.lastname@example.org)
We’re recruiting a team of student photographers for the next academic year to help us capture our events throughout the next academic year. The work will be on an ad hoc basis and you will be paid. You will need to have your own camera and editing ability.
If you are interested please contact Leila Jones on L.S.Jones@kent.ac.uk