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The Ambassador Program offers a range of opportunities to gain valuable leadership skills which will enhance your career development, professionalism and increase your employability.
The Program is designed to equip Ambassadors with confidence and skills that will help make them highly sought after by employers. Ambassadors represent and promote Monash Law at a range of student, alumni and industry events.
Ambassadors can look forward to:
'The program is great. It has facilitated and encouraged me to cooperate and innovate. It has enriched my skills and allowed me to contribute to other law students'. James Ondari, Bachelor of Laws student and current Law Ambassador.
'What sets the Law Ambassador Program apart from other leadership programs is how it ensures you’re equipped with personal development skills that will help you thrive in the real world. It takes into account that each student is unique and has different aspirations and helps them learn skills that will be applicable in any career, such as networking and communicating effectively'. Ashley Chow, Bachelor of Laws student and current Law Ambassador.
To be eligibility to participate, students must:
To receive a Certificate of Completion, Ambassadors are required to:
Applications for the 2021 Law Ambassador Program have now closed.
Applications for the 2022 program will open in early 2022 - monitor this page in February/March 2022.
Please email the Program Coordinator, Amy Scarlett at email@example.com if you have any questions.
For the first time in the program's history, Monash Law held a Showcase Evening which illustrated the various projects and initiatives that the class of 2018 had created.
As part of the Monash Law Ambassador Program 2017, students participated in a variety of workshops including leadership, project management and public speaking.
Ambassadors reviewed their experience from start to finish in the Student Futures platform, highlighting the lessons and employability skills they developed throughout their journey.
In teams students prepared a structured review report that was used to create an ebook that represented the entire cohort. The ebook is a tangible outcome from the program and can be provided to prospective employers.