Interested in working within the international development or charity sector?
Want to gain event planning, fundraising, marketing and management skills?
Looking for a way to do something positive and share your passion for global justice?
Join the Africa Educational Trust team by becoming an ambassador for our work within your University community!
As the AET Campus Rep, you will promote and represent Africa Educational Trust on your campus and encourage others to get involved and support our work. Exactly what that might look like, we will work with you to develop based on your own preferences, creativity and what you believe works for your University.
The sort of activities we expect you will likely be involved in include:
All our university represenatives will be trained and supported from our main office in London and you will work closely with other student organisations to inspire and educate your peers.
You will be able to develop new CV enhancing skills such as event management, fundraising, marketing, volunteer management, leadership and networking that employers will be looking for once you graduate.
You will gain invaluable experience with a well-established charity with over 50 years of experience in development and education.
You will be joining a community of AET ambassadors across the country and have opportunities to network and share your experiences with.
You will get out and meet new people and network with societies across your campus.
And you can do all this in a role that it has been designed to fit around your uni schedule and commitments.
If you think that this sounds like a good position for you, fill out our application form and submit it to Adrienne Gregory.
If you have any additional questions please get in touch.
Host a round-table discussion on the way Africa is portrayed by media and charities
Hold a film/documentary night and discussion
Organise a gala fundraiser
Recruit people for runs/rides and challenges
Create a social media ‘thunder-clap’ on campus
Have a booth at international week
Do assemblies for local schools
Hold a dance-athon