=> Learn about innovative Google products and programs
=> Plan and host fun events on campus
=> Act as a campus contact for Google teams
=> Help Google better understand each university’s culture
It’s that time of the year again, when students are selected from universities across Sub Saharan Africa (SSA) to be part the Google Student Ambassador program. The second year of the program saw tremendous growth as it expanded from 6 to 12 countries, and grew from 28 to 97 universities with 160 Ambassadors within 1 year.
Google Student Ambassadors (GSAs) are student leaders on campus whose mission is to use technology to make a difference, not only in their universities, but also in their communities more widely.
Field of Study: They have majors from Computer Science, to Anthropology, to Business, to Zoology! (in other words, any student is eligible)
Worth of Program: Google Ambassadors have the opportunity to enhance their professional development, leadership, and communication skills, and access to a unique network of Google Ambassadors across EMEA.
With the skills developed during their tenure, a number of GSAs have even gone on to start their own businesses.
How to Apply: If you’re inspired to participate in the Google Student Ambassador Program, you are invited to enter for the 2013 program. Eligible students from all backgrounds should complete the 2013 Google Student Ambassador Program for Sub-Saharan Africa Aapplication Form before April 11, 2013.
Application Deadline: The application deadline for the 2013 Google Student Ambassador Program for Sub-Saharan Africa is April 11, 2013.
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