Bring free high-quality international news to your classmates.
Build awareness access and understanding of global issues.
Get public credit on our website, an impressive addition to your resume and letters of recommendation from DailyChatter’s Executive Editor.
Work with student organizations, faculty and administrators to make free subscriptions available around your campus.
We began our Student Ambassador Program at Brown University in 2018 where it’s been a huge success in expanding access to DailyChatter to its undergraduates.
Hear from Sarah Leser (above), our 2019 Brown Student Ambassador, and an international relations concentrator who graduated in May.
Now, we’re expanding the Student Ambassador Program to the 60+ campuses where DailyChatter is already available to students. We need your help to increase awareness of our free subscription opportunity.
We’re also recruiting Student Ambassadors at schools where the DailyChatter Free Subscription Program isn’t yet available.
Send your CV and a short email outlining why you’d like to join the team as the Student Ambassador. This job is flexible and can be easily worked into your busy school schedule.
Most importantly, however, you should bring a passion for helping your fellow students advance their global knowledge.
Anyone who is enthusiastic about DailyChatter is welcome to apply. Among the majors we draw from are international relations, political science, journalism, English, sociology, marketing/communications, and many others. Our student readers come from every area of academic study and professional interest.
You’ll work solo and with our University Relations Team to make students on your campus aware of how to sign up for a free subscription. Our enrollment process is incredibly easy. Students simply click on the school’s DailyChatter link, and enter their name and email address, major subject and graduation date. That’s it, and DailyChatter is free for their entire school life! Email invitations with the link can come from an interested faculty member, from student organizations, from the Global Affairs, Study Abroad, Student Life Office, or any other relevant campus organization you can think of.
And there are many other ways to get the word out:
It’s a fun and rewarding experience and you can take genuine pride in advancing awareness of global issues among your fellow students.
To become the Student Ambassador at your college or university, Sign up here.