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Be an AIGA Detroit Student Ambassador!

August 28, 2013 / By aigadetroit

Responsibilities

  • actively lead and engage your peers in an AIGA Student Group* for the duration of one school year (Fall 2013–Spring 2014)
  • promote and support the initiatives of AIGA Detroit
  • attend exclusive Student Ambassador events
  • collaborate and plan upcoming student events for Spring 2014
  • act as a liaison between the AIGA Student Group Faculty Advisor and the AIGA Detroit Education Director
  • provide status updates to AIGA Detroit at the end of the first semester and twice in the second semester

 

Benefits

  • a reputable item on the resume, will look good to future employers
  • waived Contributor AIGA membership
  • instant peer and professional connections
  • build experience organizing people and activities
  • exclusive Student Ambassador events planned just for you

 

Exclusive Student Ambassador Events (for accepted ambassadors only!)

  • Ambassador Social (November 2013)
  • Ambassador Meeting (February 2014)

 

Eligibility

Junior or Senior level status enrolled in a graphic design program endorsement from a faculty member

Details

Are you interested in applying? Submit a letter of interest (1 page maximum) about why you would like to be a Student Ambassador. Share ideas for how you might engage your peers in an AIGA Student Group. Submitting a digital multi-media narrative in place of a letter is optional. Send documents to rtegtmeyer@detroit.aiga.org.

Obtain one letter of reference from a current or former faculty member. Have the faculty memeber send the letter as a PDF to rtegtmeyer@detroit.aiga.org.

Deadline for submissions: September 30th
Notification of acceptance: October 7th

*An AIGA Student Group must have 10 official members to qualify as an active group. A prize package will be awarded to Student Ambassadors that get 10 or more members to join AIGA. More details to come!

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