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We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to take leadership roles at campuses across the UK.
Your role will be to facilitate and lead discussions on global health on campus.
This role would suit a student who is:
- Enthusiastic about improving the way we deliver global health programmes.
- Confident in speaking to people from different backgrounds and expertise.
- Motivated to create positive social change.
- Looking for a future career in medicine, global health, social enterprise or policy.
Frequently asked questions
You will help us to reach students through university events, distributing flyers and sending emails when required. You will be in regular contact with the programmes team who will keep you updated with your responsibilities and support you throughout the process.
University Ambassadors must be prepared to commit 1-2 hours a week to this role.
Please send a short CV (maximum 2 pages), cover letter (maximum one page) to email@example.com.
The ideal candidate will be have excellent communication skills and a demonstrated interest in student social life through an active engagement in a society, as well as a passion for healthcare and international development.
Selfless gave me the opportunity to meet amazing young people who I will never forget and never would have met otherwise.
Working for Selfless led from one opportunity to another. I’ve since gone on to film and produce health related documentaries for major outlets like Channel 4.
It’s easy to lose sight of the bigger picture when you’re busy with a 9 to 5, volunteering for Selfless helped broaden my horizons and bring everything back into perspective.
You can sit back and complain about the woes of the world but Selfless pushed me out the front door to actually go and do something to make it better.
I can’t think of a time in my life where I felt so grateful for things I had as I did when I was in Bangladesh. Every human deserves to at least have simple things like running water, food and free healthcare.