Representing Edge Hill University

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The Student Recruitment Team recruit Edge Hill students to a number of different roles each year. Each of the roles allows students to work flexibly around their studies, whilst increasing their employability. All student workers must go through a recruitment process and receive full training prior to starting in their roles.

  • The Student Guide role involves working with students of all age groups and needs both in schools and on-campus, delivering presentations and workshops about Higher Education, conducting tours and sharing your experiences. For a detailed description of this role, please click on the role title above. Please note, these details may be subject to change.

Applications for our Student Guide recruitment cycle will be opening in Autumn 2021. Interested in applying? Complete our expression of interest form here and we will contact you when applications open.

  • The Online Ambassador Platform role involves offering online information and advice via The Ambassador Platform (TAP) to support prospective students who are interested in studying at Edge Hill University by sharing your own experiences, encouraging attendance at on-campus events, such as Open Days, and signposting to other areas for specific advice and guidance. For a detailed description of this role, please click on the role title above. Please note, these details may be subject to change.

If you are interested in the Online Ambassador platform role please complete the application form and return to study@edgehill.ac.uk by Monday 18th October 2021

To support our Access and Participation Plan, and Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy, we will offer a guaranteed interview to students who identify as; a mature student, a student with a disability, a student with experience of care, a student who is estranged from their family, students who are the first in their family to study at University, and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic students.

Successful applicants who become Student Guides and who identity as being a mature student, a student with a disability, a student with experience of care, a student who is estranged from their family, students who are the first in their family to study at University, and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic students will have the opportunity to be an Access and Participation Plan (APP) Student Advisory Panel member. Membership will require attending a number of panel meetings per academic year, to help steer the universities approaches to supporting students from backgrounds that are considered underrepresented in higher education.

 

Click on the images below to find out more from some of our former student guides:

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