You already know that McGraw-Hill Student Ambassadors are members of the student community deeply committed to helping their peers achieve excellence—isn’t it time to apply?
Student Ambassadors gain real-world work experience by connecting with McGraw-Hill Education staff and with key community members around campus, including educators and students. By sharing positive experiences and best practices using digital learning, ambassadors educate faculty and students on the benefits of implementing and utilizing digital learning tools to improve learning outcomes.
Are you passionate about digital learning and helping others? Become a member of the Student Ambassador community!
Check out these benefits:
Build Your Resume: gain experience working at a top global company, earn a letter of recommendation, and be considered for summer internships and job opportunities
Improve Your Public Speaking Skills: make presentations to peers, professors and at McGraw-Hill Education events
Expand Your Leadership Abilities: successful Student Ambassadors have the opportunity to become Student Leaders and mentor peers
Gain Strategic Marketing Knowledge: manage focus groups, participate in campus events, and gathers student intel to drive thought leadership
Learn Social Media Strategy: get involved in social media activities and create content
Get Published: craft video and blog posts for internal and external marketing campaigns
Build Your Personal Brand: hone your communication skills and enhance your personal brand through effective business communication with faculty, students and the McGraw-Hill Education team
Enhance Your Networking Skills: campus activities and interactions with your fellow ambassadors will enable you to make new friends and connections across the country
Win Prizes: your participation and engagement will afford you opportunities to win scholarships, cash rewards, and more
Any student who applies:
must be a resident of the U.S.
must be enrolled in college or university in the U.S.
must be using, or have used, a McGraw-Hill Education digital product (like Connect, SmartBook, ALEKS or LearnSmart).
should be active on social media and within the college community.
should be comfortable speaking in front of large audiences.
must be able to commit 1 - 2 hours per week.
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