Are you an upper-year UTM student looking to get involved on campus? Do you want to gain valuable knowledge and skills, while participating in a new, fun peer-to-peer initiative? Do you want to promote academic integrity across the UTM community? If so, then submit your application to be an AIU Student Ambassador with the Academic Integrity Unit!
2023-24 AIU Student Ambassador applications are now closed. Please come back next year for more AIU opportunities.
What is the AIU Student Ambassador Program?
The AIU Student Ambassador Program is a fun and interactive peer-to-peer initiative that will educate students about the importance of academic integrity and the process of resolving academic integrity matters at UTM. The AIU Student Ambassadors will work to promote academic integrity and excellence across the UTM community and increase awareness of the Academic Integrity Unit's services as well as other relevant resources available to UTM students.
What do the AIU Student Ambassadors do?
- Gain valuable experience by developing and enhancing your leadership, public speaking, and planning skills
- Work closely with AIU staff to develop and implement educational initiatives to raise awareness about academic integrity
- Discuss current student issues and concerns related to academic integrity
- Facilitate interactive games and activities at campus events. Some of the events include O-Week, Academic Advocacy Week, Exam Jam, Frost Week, etc.
- Collaborate with fellow Ambassadors and Work-Study Students
What is the benefit of being an AIU Student Ambassador?
- An entry on your Co-Curricular Record (CCR)
- Increased understanding of academic integrity and the resources available to students
- Build networking relationships with faculty, staff, and fellow students
- Develop your public speaking, leadership, and planning skills
What is required to be an AIU Student Ambassador?
Students applying to the AIU Student Ambassador Program must meet the following minimum requirements:
- At a minimum, students must be enrolled in their second year of study for the upcoming academic year and be in good academic standing
- Familiarity with the Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters, the Academic Integrity Unit, and its services
- Available to attend in-person events on campus
- Experience working with social media platforms
- Enjoy public speaking and networking with peers
- Available to commit a minimum of 30+ hours throughout the academic year