On-Campus Promotions

Get Into Teaching Brand Ambassador 2017-18



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Welcome to the first step in applying to become a Brand Manager for the Get Into Teaching Campaign.


Click on the apply button to take you through to the next stage of questions.


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Around 35,000 trainee teachers need to be recruited every year. To help with this, the Department for Education runs the ‘Get into Teaching’ campaign to attract students and career changers into the profession by offering a variety of great opportunities to those interested in a career in teaching.


Students who sign up to hear more about about Get Into Teaching will receive:

  • Tailored information about careers in teaching
  • Bursaries that are available
  • Training opportunities
  • Events that are taking place


For more information, click on the links below:



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  You are ideal for the role if you are: 

  • Confident, passionate and fun
  • Driven by targets and bonuses
  • Hardworking, reliable and organised
  • Know your university campus inside out!
  • Have connections with several societies and/or sports team
  • We are happy to accept applications from any degree subject, however we are especially looking for students who study Computing, Modern Foreign Languages, Maths and Sciences.

Click the "Apply for this job online" button now, to be considered!


What’s involved?

You will be paid £8/hour and get involved in competitions to win bonuses.


Activities like networking across your campus, coming up with innovative marketing campaigns and a selection of the below activities:

  • Attending and supporting at employer-led events
  • Organising and leading own events
  • Data capture
  • Social media promotion and competitions
  • Hitting your own targets and taking the lead within a team of Brand Representatives


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