Teaching Internship Advocate

We are currently seeking to recruit undergraduates who have previously taken part in the Teaching Internship Programme  to help us recruit undergraduates to the programme in 2020.

We know that there is no better way to recruit new interns than for them to hear directly from those who have enjoyed and benefited from the programme in the past.  

Teaching Internship Advocates will be paid £10 per hour and be expected to work for at least 25 hours during  January and February 2020.  You will have considerable autonomy and you will be able to make your own decisions about when to work your hours in order to effectively promote the programme to appropriate undergraduates along side your studies and other commitments. Each university has recruitment targets for the programme and you will be eligible to be paid a significant bonus if the targets are met.

We envisage that you will spend the 25 hours:
  • Planning your recruitment activities
  • Leafleting and promoting to students through stalls or at the end of lectures where this is permitted by the university
  • Promoting the programme through social media, student unions /societies and careers events where appropriate
  • other original ideas you have to reach students who would benefit from the internship.

We are seeking to recruit Teaching Internship Advocates at the following universities:

Manchester University
Manchester Metropolitan University
Leeds University
Sheffield University
Sheffield Hallam University
Birmingham University
Chester University
Liverpool University
Liverpool John Moores University
Newcastle University
Northumbria University at Newcastle
Durham University

If you would be interested in becoming a Teaching Internship Advocate please use the form to submit your details and we will be in touch with further information before Christmas.

Teaching Internship Advocate Application