Do You Like To Inspire Others?
Want To Work On An International Scale?

If so, then the Career China Campus Ambassador Program may be for you

Did You Know?

College students have more opportunities than ever to take their future careers in new directions. Beyond local job opportunities, many students don’t realize they can go big…by going international.

Career China is looking for campus ambassadors at your University to share this message on campus.

Your Role as a Campus Ambassador

Bring our global brand to your local campus community through networking, presentations, social media, and campus events to inform your peers about job opportunities in China after graduation.

Highlights of the Program

Gain international working experience with a major global company

Nurture a cultural connection between your classmates, campus community and China

Network, attend & create events, promote jobs & educate about job opportunities in China

Earn money while building your resume with practical, transferable skills

Check Out Our Campus Events

Every month Campus Ambassadors host fun events on University campuses, such as karaoke parties and calligraphy lessons. These events are a great way to be more involved on campus, and they also help ambassadors connect with students who may be interested in traveling and working in China.

May
June
July
May 15th
UACE Statewide Alumni Career Fair
May 15th
Rubber City Radio Group Job Fairs

Meet Our Ambassadors

Cici Woods

Ni hao! My name is Cici and I’m a BYU Sophomore studying International Relations. I love to travel, explore and see the world, which is exactly what drew me to Career China. Additionally, my favorite food is fried dumplings, my favorite color is purple, and I met my husband Kamaron in a Chinese 101 class.

Ruby Wei

Hi I’m Ruby! Outrageously spontaneous, reasonably idealistic, and passionately curious. It is my dream to learn about and do research on as many different cultures as I can thoroughly study for the rest of my life. I firmly believe that the key to understanding a culture lies in its language, and I so fervently wanted to use my passion for bridging cultures in different ways: Career China became one of the most important ways.

Steven Allision

My name is Steven Allison, I am an art student at ASU. I’ve always wanted to find ways to get involved internationally and that’s how I found Career China. Traveling is an important part to life and they make it so accessible and easy for people to go and work abroad.

Frequently Asked Questions

Ambassadors will be responsible for interview bookings for graduating seniors and recent graduates who demostrate interest in working in China. In addition, ambassadors are responsible for collaboratively designing and executing a campus marketing plan customized for your campus with the Career China marketing team and conducting duties both online and offline.

Online
Facebook Group/Instagram Operation, etc

Offline
Personal Drop-ins/Event Planning, etc

Competitive Monetary Compensations

$10/Hour

Skill Enhancement

Enhance your leadership, marketing and communication skills, and creativity in an entrepreneurial environment

International working experience

Work with a global team and boost your resume as well as competitiveness in an international market

Multi-cultural working environment

Work with people from all over the world with various cultural backgrounds

Career China has a platform that allows Campus Ambassadors to submit candidates and book interviews for them. Once you are hired, you will have an account and can submit candidates and book interviews on there.

5-10 hours / week not including the meetings, flexible on your own pace

Become a Campus Ambassador

Do you want to be a life-changer? Do you have the urge to inspire people and make a difference? Are you ambitious and want to have a voice in the global market? The “Career China Campus Ambassador Program” is designed just for you!