Summer School Ambassador Application Form

Summer School Ambassadors work alongside our Student Recruitment team to support young people attending our residential Summer Schools. You will support the academic and personal development of the learners, while also taking on a pastoral role as needed.

Our Summer Schools cover a range of subjects and up to 90 young people will be attending each of our three events taking place. Our ambassadors need to be a role model to these young people, who may be away from home for the first time, while also encouraging young people to take risks, bond with their peers and immerse themselves in the activities.

A full Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS) will be provided for ambassadors in this role.

Accommodation and food will be provided, for free, for the duration of the Summer Schools. 

The application deadline for this role is Tuesday 10 May. Interview 22 May. 

Find out more about the role by viewing the full Summer School Ambassador job description

Summer School Ambassador Application Form
Applicant questions and details

Please select which of the following dates you can work

* Interview days
* Summer school dates
* You will need to provide evidence to prove that you are eligible to work in the UK. This is a legal requirement under UK law and you will not be permitted to register unless you can provide the following documents at the interview stage (please sect the option that applies):

NOTE: We cannot accept Driving Licence for UKVI checks and all documents must be originals (no scans/photocopies).

* Have you worked with young people before?
* Have you worked with young people in a residential setting?

We are looking for certain key skills from our summer school ambassadors such as: Working outside your comfort zone, strong communication, flexibility, responsibility, initiative, problem solving, pastoral care, working collaboratively, facilitation, passion for raising aspirations, ability to motivate others and active listening.

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