Study Abroad Ambassador Program

What are Study Abroad Ambassadors?

As past study abroad participants, Study Abroad Ambassadors share the benefits of their experience with the SFU community. Study Abroad Ambassadors represent International Services for Students at campus events, where they engage prospective students and promote Study Abroad programs. Study Abroad Ambassadors work together to develop promotional activities and implement programming for nominated, returned and incoming study abroad participants.

  • Gain volunteer experience in the international education field that will go towards your SFU Co-Curricular Record
  • Opportunity to take part in professional development sponsored by ISS
  • Gain public speaking and presentation skills
  • Become part of a collegial and supportive environment where you can connect with other ambassadors and Study Abroad staff
  • Enjoy end of term Study Abroad Ambassador social events
  • Receive a professional reference upon completion of the program

What is the time commitment?

Study Abroad Ambassadors for the 2018/2019 year should be able to participate in monthly meetings and attend activities and events from September 2018 to April 2019. Training will be held in August 2018 (exact date is TBA). 

What are you looking for in a Study Abroad Ambassador?

Study Abroad Ambassadors must be current SFU undergraduate or graduate students in good academic standing who have successfully completed a Study Abroad program . We are looking for students who are enthusiastic about sharing the benefits of their study abroad experience with the SFU community.

How do I become a Study Abroad Ambassador?

The application is currently closed for the 2018/2019 year. Information on how to apply will be posted here in May 2018.

For questions about the program, please contact studyabroad@sfu.ca.

 } Meet our current Study Abroad Ambassadors
 

Application Status:

X Applications Closed

Application deadline: June 2018 for the 2018/2019 year 
(exact date TBA)

This opportunity is recognized on the Co-Curricular Record (CCR), an official University document that tracks students’ co-curricular involvement at SFU. Learn more about the Co-Curricular Record.