BeComAware is assisted by an ambitious team of Student Ambassadors across the UK. Our Student Ambassadors promote and write for our platform to provide students with opportunities to enhance their commercial awareness.
To recognise student contributions we feature a “Student Ambassador of the Month Award” which recognises outstanding contributions to BeComAware as well as the strengths of the Student Ambassadors themselves.
If you are part of a graduate recruitment team and would be keen to consider our Student Ambassador’s CVs, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Selecting the Student Ambassador of the Month is very difficult and based on their contribution to the BeComAware platform and recommendations from others. If you would like to recommend a Student Ambassador, please email email@example.com stating the Student Ambassador’s full name and university.
The Student Ambassador of the Month will be announced on our platform (website, social platforms and The BeComAware Newsletter).
BeComAware Student Ambassador Of The Month Award – July 2020
Karla Elliott – London South Bank University
Karla Elliott is a current LLB Law student at London South Bank University. Karla has committed to the BeComAware vision and has played a central role in successfully promoting the platform – helping BeComAware to reach students across the UK. Karla has made helpful bitesize contributions our website, newsletter and social media platforms, covering commercial jargon and commercial events, delivered in a way which helps students to understand.
Karla has also given valuable input regarding BeComAware’s internal processes. Karla tells us: “BeComAware is a growing platform used to help students develop commercial awareness; with a platform full of small digestible chunks of commercial information. Students are constantly reminded on the importance of being commercially aware in order to be successful, but are not given any real means of support in doing so. There are so many pressures that students must keep up with and BeComAware is an opportunity to take away some of that pressure by shining the light on commercial awareness”.
“Personally, I have been told many a times “keep up with the news” and have struggled because I wasn’t sure on what exactly I’m keeping up with, where to look for it, nor did I understand the content I was reading. With the help of BeComAware, students have a chance to build the foundations, then they may be able to read the Financial Times or another newsprint and actually understand it”.