Gale Student Ambassador scheme: expression of interest invited

Would you like paid business experience with a global publisher? Become a Gale Ambassador and help raise awareness of the digital resources available at Oxford.

The Gale Ambassador Program is a paid (£700) opportunity for Arts / Humanities / Social Science students (all years) to work with a publisher, develop valuable career skills, and improve your current research skills.

Gale is an international publishing company that produces digital archives of well-known newspapers like The Times, The Economist and The Times Literary Supplement (to see all the Gale archives available at Oxford, type “Gale” into the library catalogue).

The Gale Ambassador Library Support Program is a paid opportunity for students to work with a publisher, develop valuable career skills such as public speaking, content production, marketing and networking (great content for your CV/resume), as well as learning ways to improve your current research skills.

The role involves promoting the fascinating Gale digital resources that are available to students at the University of Oxford to other students at the university. Gale Ambassadors are paid £700 to complete specified promotional activities (such as writing a blog post, social media posts and running live events).

Full training is provided. There’s also the opportunity to meet and work with ambitious and creative students at other universities in the UK, US and elsewhere, as well as work with international colleagues at Gale.

Find out more about the program and register your interest – you’ll then be contacted if applications open at Oxford.

Applicants must be studying an Arts, Humanities or Social Science subject; all years (UG to PhD) are eligible.

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