What is the Role of a CET Campus Ambassador?
What is the Commitment Like?
- Submit a review of their CET program on GoOverseas.com.
- Complete 3 “Missions” per term, 2 per quarter.
- Missions include: Interning or peer advising at their university’s study abroad office, speaking about CET and study abroad at meetings or events, writing or making videos about their experience, & assisting with study abroad event planning.
- Connect with campus study abroad office to determine how they can be helpful.
- Work with a member of the CET campus relations team to develop a plan of action for the school year to encourage interested students on campus.
- Potentially make a presentation to a class, write an article for the school newspaper, or answer questions at the campus study abroad office.
- Become familiar with all CET Programs- training lasts approximately 20 minutes and covers all the essentials.
Why Should I Apply?
- Opportunity to share experiences from abroad with other interested students in multiple creative outlets (classroom presentations, blogs, video, photos, social media, etc.).
- Networking opportunities and résumé builder.
- Letter of recommendation upon successful completion of the program.
- A chance at winning a round-trip plane ticket back to country in which student studied abroad (CET will reimburse five outstanding Campus Ambassadors up to $1,000 each for a round-trip plane ticket back to their CET host country).
Am I Eligible?
If you are currently enrolled in a U.S institution and actively participated in a CET program in the past academic year, yes! Nominees are chosen based on a positive recommendation from their Resident Director, among other considerations (i.e. possible interview with CRM & résumé review).
How Do I Apply?
CET alumni from spring and summer terms will receive an email invitation to apply for CETCA program in mid-July with an application deadline of August 15th, and fall students will be invited at the beginning of December with an application deadline of January 15th.