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Apply for the Unilever Campus Ambassador Program 2014

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Unilever Nigeria Plc, is set to engage and empower students in campuses across Nigeria and will by signing them up as campus brand ambassador for this fantastic brand.

The Brand Ambassadors will serve as liaison between their campuses and Unilever. They are required to come up with interesting and resourceful engagements within their campuses, advertise Unilever to the students as a great Brand and serve as a point of contact between the students and Unilever.

Unilever Campus ambassador are required to:

  • Work closely with Unilever Employer brand team
  • Host and organize events to bring awareness to Unilever brand
  • Attend Unilever events as a Unilever representative
  • Help Unilever to better understand your campus culture
  • Build relationships on campus with faculty and student groups
  • Spread Unilever goodwill to your fellow students

So, what are the requirements?

  1. Currently enrolled in a Nigerian University
  2. Pursuing a BA/BSc or MBA/MSc degree
  3. Sociable and actively involved in student life on campus
  4. Good relationship with school authorities
  5. Maintain a minimum CGPA of 3.0 (for 5.0 grading systems) or 5.0 (for a 7.0 grading system)

Unilever Campus Ambassador Benefits:

  • Develop your intellectual, leadership and communication skills
  • Interaction with Top Unilever managers
  • Participate in Unilever events
  • First consideration for internships and assessment centers
  • Add the Unilever campus ambassador experience to your resume
  • Quarterly product packs

Time Commitment

  • One academic school year subject to renewal based on active participation
  • Approximately 20 hours a month
  • 4 events a year

Method of Application

To Apply fill the Unilever Campus Ambassadors Program 2014

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