Could YOU be a...
We're on the hunt for ambassadors for 2017/2018 academic year to promote Careers in Tech, and help us run our University courses nationwide.
Currently, we're still looking for Ambassadors for the upcoming academic year at the following Universities:
City University London // Dublin Institute of Technology // Durham University // Imperial College London // Kings College London // London College of Fashion // London School of Economics // Newcastle University // University of Oxford // University College London //University of Aberdeen // University of Bath // University of Birmingham // University of Bristol // University of Cambridge // University of Exeter // University of Loughborough // University of Manchester // University of Southampton //
We've currently got a waiting list system in place for universities who'd like to run our courses who aren't already on this list. If you'd like to enter your university and yourself as it's ambassador to the waiting list, please do get in touch!
This is a great opportunity for students to work directly with Code First: Girls, helping us to expand across the UK.
What your role will involve:
-Working alongside the CF:G Team to organise and set up courses (e.g. helping to book a room and source instructors)
-Promoting CF:G and girls in tech on campus and via Social Media
-Attending the courses, representing the CF:G brand
-Organising social events on behalf of CF:G
-Committed to supporting the programme over a minimum of two semesters
What you will get out of it:
-Invaluable experience, working alongside our CF:G Team (great for your CV!)
-A guaranteed place on your University’s CF:G course
-A chance to meet like minded smart and ambitious women who want to code and build things
-CF:G Swag and Goodies!
An ideal CF:G ambassador is:
-Enrolled in a full-time undergraduate /postgraduate study
-Keen to spread the word about women in Tech
-A great organiser with time to support the courses over a minimum of two semesters
-Have some previous experience in Tech
-Involved in student organisations and activities, and like to reach out to new people
Quotes from Previous Ambassadors
"Being an ambassador has heightened my interest and love for technology. So much so that I have planned a masters course in data and computer science. It has allowed me to gain leadership skills and work in organising on a large scale. I had to liaise with a wide range of people from the University, which will help when in the workplace." - Rhiann, University of Exeter
"It has definitely made me more confident to attend tech related events e.g. I participated in Hack Cambridge in January. Although I've done some coding myself before CF:G, I think that without doing this ambassador role, I wouldn't have felt I have valid credentials to apply and take part in a hackathon. After graduation, I'll definitely make the most of all the meet ups available on meetup.com etc and feel confident attending alone." - Nadia, University of Cambridge
If this sounds like you, please send your CV and a short cover letter to email@example.com!