Become an Ambassador
Call for EST Ambassadors!
Are you interested in the EU and would you like to contribute to narrowing the gap between the EU and its students? Then apply for the position of EST Ambassador in your country!
As one of our Ambassadors, you are a key player in our network: you are the main contact for your country and an important part of our growing success. You will be responsible for promoting the EST in your country, writing papers, organizing your own events and building a network of student contributors! To put it in a nutshell: you are the face of EST in your country. As the EST is a young organisation, there is also plenty of room for your own input, ideas, and challenges.
Being an Ambassador will allow you to acquire first-hand experience working within an international think tank, being involved in the European policy-making process, organizing events on today’s important political issues and entering into a network of like-minded peers.
Ambassadors spend roughly 5 hours a week on participating in and promoting EST and its activities, building a national network of enthusiastic students and professors.
The EST is looking for motivated, proactive candidates who have an excellent command of English and good written, verbal and social skills. In addition, Ambassadors are required to live in the country they represent and to be familiar with the country’s higher education system.
If you are interested and would like to apply, please send an email with a motivation letter and a CV to our International Officer Stefan Pfalzer at email@example.com before September 22nd.
We are currently looking for Ambassadors that will represent us in: Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Albania, Montenegro, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Russian Federation.
‘Becoming EST Ambassador was a great decision and has allowed me to enjoy one of the most pleasant and enriching experiences of my extracurricular life. -‘ Raluca Idor, EST Ambassador to Romania, about her experience with the EST.
The EST Board has an equal policy representation for members of our organization, with 50% women and 50% men in our Board and International Office. The EST Board of 2016 has committed to the progressive implementation of equality quotas in our organization beginning September 5th 2016 and committing to achieving a 50/50 representation by the first day of 2017.