One thing that this generation has been blessed with is the plethora of endless opportunities! And campus ambassador programs recently started to gain a lot of positive attention because of the opportunities they present. It gives the ambassadors backdoor access to industry insights and be a part of an intensive grooming process. Nonetheless, if you are already into extra-curricular activities then the following ambassador programs will be the perfect next step for you. If not and you are new to this, well then, give it a shot and SIGN UP!
Bangladesh Youth Leadership Center (BYLC)
Bangladesh Youth Leadership Center solely focuses on grooming and equipping the youth with leadership skills so that they can have a real and emphatic impact in the professional world from a very early age. Their campus ambassador programs, which they call their leadership training programs, have five different segmentations based on suitable and particular eligibilities. The earliest type of training program is open for secondary level students from grades 6-10. Apart from that they also have campus ambassador programs for students in college and university as well as young professionals aged below 30. Applicants have to go through a proper and holistic recruitment process for final selection.
Find out more: https://bylc.org/how-to-apply/
This non-governmental organisation has been a part of the United Nations for quite some time now. Their purpose is to expand globally and spread around the message of peace and prosperity which is very much reflective of the United Nations’ motto itself. But, AIESEC focuses on putting the youth in charge of their worldwide missions. Their ambassador program is designed to select volunteers who are willing to become that bridge of communication between different age groups and youth internationally as well. And their best feature is that volunteers have the opportunity of traveling across countries for AIESEC’s global leadership and internship programs at a minimal or free of cost.
Find out more: https://aiesec.org/
Youth Opportunities (YO)
Youth Opportunities has been operating with great success, and much of that is courtesy of their campus ambassador programs. Their programs are much more focused on institutional operation. The campus ambassadors are required to represent Youth Opportunities and promote the opportunities that are available for students. The world’s largest opportunity discovery platform trains its campus ambassadors to learn how to lead, interact, communicate and execute campaigns. Students and young professionals between the ages 16-30 are eligible for this program. The incentives are aplenty and the outcome is fruitful, so what are you waiting for?
Find out more: https://www.youthop.com/
Unilever Bangladesh Limited
The biggest operational multinational company in Bangladesh also has their own campus ambassador program, which is called ‘SPARKS’. The campus ambassadors have the privilege of representing Unilever Bangladesh in their institutions and are trained by some of the brightest minds in the industry. Their goal is to encourage and inspire the youth to take charge of their own future and in the process, start making contributions in the professional world from an early age. Undergrads from second and third years are eligible for this program. If you are thinking global and multinational, SPARKS is the right next step.
Find out more: https://www.unilever.com.bd/careers/
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