Do you want to be a life-changer? Do you have the urge to aspire people and make a difference? Are you ambitious and want to have a voice in the global market? The “Career China Campus Ambassador Program” is designed just for you!

About the Program

Career China, a premier global recruitment firm and a business unit of TAL Education Group (NYSE, TAL), makes it easy and simple for international professionals to find a secure and best possible match job with a reputable company in China. We launched the “Career China Campus Ambassador Program” and hope to work with campus ambassadors to build up the brand on campus and spread the word! An ambassador will be considered not only a “King” or “Queen” for your own campus and even the local community, but also an extension of our brand. For more information on how to participate in the Global Campus Ambassador Program, see our Facebook group.

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Event Announcement

Every month Campus Ambassadors will host fun events on school campuses, such as kaoraoke parties and calligraphy lessons. These events are a great way to be more involved on campus, and they also help ambassadors connect with students who are interested in traveling and working in China. If you would like to learn more about the Campus Ambassador Events, join our Facebook Group or contact .....

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Meet our Ambassadors

  • Cici Woods

    Ni hao! My name is Cici and I'm a BYU Sophomore studying International Relations. I love to travel, explore and see the world, which is exactly what drew me to Career China. Additionally, my favorite food is fried dumplings, my favorite color is purple, and I met my husband Kamaron in a Chinese 101 class.

    cici.clawson@careerchina.com 931-488-5792
  • Ruby Wei

    Hi I’m Ruby! Outrageously spontaneous, reasonably idealistic, and passionately curious. It is my dream to learn about and do research on as many different cultures as I can thoroughly study for the rest of my life. I firmly believe that the key to understanding a culture lies in its language, and I so fervently wanted to use my passion for bridging cultures in different ways: Career China became one of the most important ways.

    ruby.wei@careerchina.com 832-674-6132
  • Steven Allision

    My name is Steven Allison, I am an art student at ASU. I've always wanted to find ways to get involved internationally and that's how I found Career China. Traveling is an important part to life and they make it so accessible and easy for people to go and work abroad.

    steven.allison@careerchina.com 480-553-3226

Cici Woods

Ni hao! My name is Cici and I'm a BYU Sophomore studying International Relations. I love to travel, explore and see the world, which is exactly what drew me to Career China. Additionally, my favorite food is fried dumplings, my favorite color is purple, and I met my husband Kamaron in a Chinese 101 class.

cici.clawson@careerchina.com 931-488-5792

Ruby Wei

Hi I’m Ruby! Outrageously spontaneous, reasonably idealistic, and passionately curious. It is my dream to learn about and do research on as many different cultures as I can thoroughly study for the rest of my life. I firmly believe that the key to understanding a culture lies in its language, and I so fervently wanted to use my passion for bridging cultures in different ways: Career China became one of the most important ways.

ruby.wei@careerchina.com 832-674-6132

Steven Allision

My name is Steven Allison, I am an art student at ASU. I've always wanted to find ways to get involved internationally and that's how I found Career China. Traveling is an important part to life and they make it so accessible and easy for people to go and work abroad.

steven.allison@careerchina.com 480-553-3226

FAQ

  • What do Ambassadors do?

    Ambassadors will be responsible for interview bookings for graduating seniors and recent graduates who demostrate interest in working in China. In addition, ambassadors are responsible for collaboratively designing and executing a campus marketing plan customized for your campus with the Career China marketing team and conducting duties both online and offline. Online Facebook Group/Instagram Operation, etc Offline Personal Drop-ins/Event Planning, etc

  • What do Ambassadors get?

    Competetive Monetory Componsations $10/Hour Skill Inhancement Enhance your leadership, marketing and communication skills, and creativity in an entrepreneurial environment International working experience Work with a global team and boost your resume as well as competitiveness in an international market Multi-cultural working enviroment Work with people from all over the world with various cultural backgrouds

  • Where to Apply?

    Click the "Apply Now" button on the page or can apply directly here .

  • How do I book interview for my candidate?

    Career China has a platform that allows Campus Amabssadors to submit candidates and book interviews for them. Once you are hired, you will have an account and can submit candidates and book interviews on there.

  • What are the working hours?

    5-10 hours / week not including the meetings, flexible on your own pace

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