Student Ambassador Program
Frequently Asked Questions
Discover answers to the most popular questions about the Ambassador Program. Don’t see the answer you need here? Contact your Ambassador Lead by email, or submit a question below.
What is the role of a Student Ambassador?
Our Student Ambassadors act as liaisons between 3D4Medical and instructors, working with educators to introduce them to our products and to assist them in creating a better educational experience for their classes.
How long do I remain an Ambassador?
We appoint Ambassadors annually, at the beginning of each academic year. If you are continuing your education at the end of your term as an Ambassador, you can choose to continue in the role.
What time commitment is expected?
We know that our Ambassadors have their studies to manage along with their role, and we understand that studies must always take priority. We don’t ask Ambassadors to dedicate a minimum amount of time on a weekly or monthly basis, but we do expect our Ambassadors to put a meaningful amount of effort into achieving the aims of the Program.
What does the role involve?
The role primarily involves increasing awareness of 3D4Medical’s products on your campus, both online through social media with your class peer groups, and in-person through presentations to educators and faculty members. You can see detailed information about the responsibilities and requirements of the role on the application page.
What’s in it for me?
Along with getting to work with the world’s leading medical software developer, you will also be contributing to your campus community and continued educational development of your class and others. Along with that, you also get numerous benefits to help you with your work and with your resumé, details of which can be found on the application page.
Sounds great! How do I get started?
We’re glad that you are interested in the Program! Simply visit the application page, ensure that you meet the requirements for the role, and fill out the application form at the bottom of the page. One of our Ambassador Program Leaders will get back to you shortly about introducing the Program on your campus.
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