Become a Campus Ambassador

Gain valuable work experience while empowering your peers to live healthfully.

Passionate about women’s health and driven to give fellow students a fun way to learn what they can do to be more in control and less in fear of cancer? The Rivkin EDU Campus Ambassador intern program on the PAC 12 campuses is for you. 

What is a Campus Ambassador?

As a Rivkin Edu Campus Ambassador, you will network at your university to help facilitate life-saving education parties (workshops) that empower and educate women in their health. Primary responsibilities will include organizing and coordinating Rivkin EDU Parties at your university for students in their late teens and early 20’s. The purpose of the Rivkin EDU Party is to educate college students on breast and ovarian health, giving them tools for early detection, risk assessment, preventive lifestyle choices and self- advocacy.

What does a Campus Ambassador do?

This experiential learning internship offers you to be the liaison between your university and the Rivkin EDU program. You will identify potential groups or organizations of women who meet regularly and could benefit from an ovarian and breast health education workshop. Once identified, you’ll be in charge of on-campus networking, outreach, workshop coordination, ensuring the workshop runs smoothly, all workshop administrative duties, and promoting the Rivkin Center on your campus.

What are the benefits of becoming a Campus Ambassador?

As a Campus Ambassador, you’ll gain valuable experiential learning in:
  • Community outreach and education
  • Public speaking
  • Marketing
  • Public health
  • Coordination and planning of philanthropic events, with unique opportunities to network with fellow ambassadors from other campuses
  • Written and verbal communication skills
Liza Leykina

Rivkin EDU UC Berkeley Campus Ambassador 2017

UCSF MD Candidate 2022

“Being an ambassador for Rivkin EDU validated my desire to go into medicine. Throughout my medical school interviews, I often found myself speaking about my internship with Rivkin EDU, specifically how it taught me about the importance of earnest conversations and health education. It helped me appreciate the significance of self-advocacy. And it was also a lot of fun!.”

Interested in applying or learn more

To apply or ask any questions, please email Molly Oshin, our Campus Education and Engagement Manager at molly@rivkin.org. Please include your resume and cover letter if interested in applying.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Now accepting applications for 2020.