Meet our Student Ambassadors

About our Student Ambassadors

RMIT Training Student Ambassadors are current, or recently graduated students, who volunteer with the Student Experience team to represent the student body, assist with event coordination, giving informal mentoring to fellow students, and share their experiences as an international student at RMIT Training.

Meet Caylee

Hi, my name is Caylee and I am from Indonesia! I am currently studying Media and communications in RMIT’s foundation studies! I love dancing, makeup, videography, photography and anything pink! 🎀⋆˚.࿐Even though Indonesia’s weather is hot, Melbourne’s Summer season is EVEN HOTTER. NEVER FORGET TO USE SUNSCREEN! If you need help or a gossip buddy, feel free to contact me (share your story) or ask me any questions through my email.

Meet Devyn

Hey everyone, my name is Devyn and I'm Cambodian Chinese. I'm going to pursue a degree in digital marketing once my Business foundation coursework is completed. A few things about me, are that I am a very creative and a down to earth person. I don't like to restrict myself to rules, as I believe we can all thrive on our own! I am also very adaptable as I have a wild range of hobbies and interests. Those includes gaming, singing, drawing, photography-editing and dancing. For those who, like K-pop and PC games, please don't be afraid to strike up a chat as I'm very open-minded and I will be looking forward to getting to know each and every one of you. See you around!

Meet Maggie

Hello everyone, I am Maggie, and I am from China. I am studying English in REW. And I will study environmental engineering in RMIT, if I can finish my English study. I love all kinds of movies from different countries. So, you can discuss the movies you like with me. I hope that I can make friends with you guys!

Meet Hezha

Hello everyone! I am Hezha from Iran and I love making new friends, so feel free to send me message anytime you want. I am studying Engineering after my Foundation studies but besides that I love tech, cars, and photography! We are here to make everything easier and smoother, both uni stuff and living things! So, if you have difficulty with anything count on me! Do you see that blue “contact Hezha” button down there👇??? It is not fake! It is real! Try it and send me an Email!

Meet Qu

Hello, I'm Qu from Bangkok, Thailand, and I'm excited to be starting a new chapter as a student here as youuu! I moved just a month ago and am currently an REW student, with plans to pursue a Master's degree in Marketing. One of my greatest joys is traveling and discovering new things, especially through outdoor activities, nature, and art. In my previous role, I handled social media marketing, creating online content and videos. As a student ambassador, I want to extend a warm welcome to anyone who may be feeling a bit lost or lonely in this new environment. I'm here to lend a helping hand and a friendly ear, don't hesitate to reach out. Let's explore this new environment together. ((: You can find me here.

Meet Jason

Hello everyone! My name is Jason, and I come from China. I am studying IT after completing my REW courses. I love playing basketball, going to the beach, and listening to music. If you need help or want a friend to hang out with, feel free to contact me anytime. It would be my pleasure.

Meet Sarah

Hey everyone, call me Sarah, or John, whichever you prefer. I’m currently an ADA student in Foundation Studies. I enjoy any and all sports, and listen to a lot of rock bands. I live life like an adrenaline junkie and would happily climb a mountain just for fun. But the real dream is architecture, I could draw buildings and say ‘architect’ before I even learned how to spell my own name and I’m excited to pursue a career in architectural design. If you ever see me around (I look like the picture above) do come say hi and I would love to meet you. If there are any questions or concerns about your course or just Melbourne in general feel free to email me and I would love to help you out.

Meet Mia

Hey there, I’m Mia from Cambodia! Anything is possible and if it’s impossible come and find me! I’ll be at your service anytime so don’t be nervous to talk to me.

Meet Sasa

Hi, my name is Sasa. I am from Hong Kong. I enjoy activities such as photo/videography and video editing. I will be studying the Bachelor of Photography when I finish Foundation Studies. I speak English and Cantonese, so whenever you find it hard to adjust to Melbourne life, or just want someone to talk to, I am always available!

Meet Sid

Hey everyone, my name is Sidharth but you can all call me Sid. I am currently studying Information Technology. A few things about me are that I like photography, editing, and practicing martial arts as well as playing various sports. I am very keen on meeting new people, and I am good at communicating with everyone. Over the years I have developed some skills such as quick planning and organising under pressure which I think would be useful to you all. Please feel free to email me anytime about anything. See you all around.

Meet Steph

Hi guys! My name is Steph and I come from Chongqing China. Chongqing city is famous for its beauty. My personality is cheerful, I like to travel, I can cook and like quiet family - life atmosphere. I am a person willing to assume responsibilities, I always have my eye on the target. I endeavour to deliver high quality work on time, every time. I am a person who likes to be challenged. I am also interested in skateboarding and basketball. My advantage is that I can do photography, social media, so that's what skills I can bring to the student ambassador program. I hope we can be friends, study and make progress together!


Why become a Student Ambassador?

Volunteering as a Student Ambassador gives you invaluable experience of working in a team, gaining leadership and communication skills, and boosting confidence, whilst creating lasting friendships with other Ambassadors. You’ll also have lots of fun along the way and have your chance to shape the experience of other students at RMIT Training.

What does it take to be a Student Ambassador?

Character strengths can help determine whether being an Ambassador is right for you. If you see yourself in some or all of these character strengths below, then we encourage you to apply!

  • Curiosity
  • Creativity
  • Love of learning
  • Bravery
  • Zest
  • Kindness
  • Social Intelligence
  • Teamwork
  • Leadership
  • Hope
  • Humour

How to become a Student Ambassador

Applications open in January and June. Keep your eyes on your inbox for an invitation to join the program. Alternatively, you can email the Student Experience team to express your interest.

Frequently Asked Questions

Your Ambassadorship will last for one semester. This may be February - June or July - December. If you want to continue for more than one semester you’re most welcome to apply again.

If you are now at RMIT University you are welcome to apply. Having alumni on our team of Ambassadors is a great addition to the program.

We generally recruit around 6-10 Ambassadors each semester.

Ambassadors help plan, organise and delivery activities and events for all students at RMIT Training. For example, you might help us plan a calendar of activities for a month, cook sausages on a BBQ, or help plan a student party.

They also help bridge the gap between the Student Experience team and the greater student body by promoting activities to students. This might be on social media or through informal chats in class.

You will learn new skills, for example, video editing, make new friends (Ambassadors often find their besties in the program), become more confident and a better leader, get the feel-good vibes that come with volunteering, and above all, you’ll have fun! You’ll also get free or discounted entry to activities and some free merch!

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