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We want to start announcing them next week. Rolling deadline
I wish to know the difference between the ambassadors program and internship program of yours. This being the first day for me here, am actually confused. Hoping you to clarify .... Preetha
See my answer posted in the Global Internship group:
Wondering the difference between the Ambassador Program and the Global Intern Program? Both are great ways to become a recognized member of OpenStudy, but the Global Study Internship is more selective, and requires a bit more commitment. (With lots of perks in return.)
Think of the Ambassador program as a volunteer job, (you have responsibilities, but can do them around your own schedule) and the Global Intern program as more of a marketing class. (With goals, targets and assignments... but instead of grades you get gift cards and letters of recommendation!) Questions? Ask me!