A Student Ambassador for the International Association for Geoscience and Diversity (IAGD) will serve as a connection between the Ambassador’s university and the IAGD. The purpose of this connection is to share information and resources provided by the IAGD with individual universities, while helping to create an inclusive community of diverse ability levels within the larger geoscience community. The Ambassador will also assist in developing the IAGD Student Community by actively sharing information about educational opportunities such as scholarships and fellowships, posting information from the IAGD on their social media platforms, and maintaining an online presence in the Student Community Forums on the IAGD website.
Support to attend one local or regional conference to network with students and professionals as a representative of the IAGD. This support could include a travel grant, poster printing, editing, or other services.
Present our mission to your university.
Help recruit new students to our Student Community.
Engage with our Student Community on our website.
Assist with fundraising campaigns on social media.
Actively promote the IAGD on you social media pages.
Other activities that contribute to the Student Community or the IAGD in meaningful ways.
Enrolled in an accredited 2 or 4 year university or community college with good academic standing. Full time status is not required, and students at all levels of their education are welcome to apply.
Must possess an interest in the geosciences or a closely related field (but a major in geosciences is not required).
Self-motivated, and able to work without direct supervision. Be able to work independently and collaborate with diverse individuals.
Must be interested in fostering an inclusive environment for students of diverse ability levels.
Must be able to actively participate in the online IAGD Student Community through activities such as, but not limited to, those listed above.
Disclaimer: This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0939645. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
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