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 – August 2020
Hope Turner – LLB Law, University of Kent
Hope Turner is a current LLB Law student at the University of Kent. Hope is personable with great people skills. She has contributed fantastic commercial awareness content for the BeComAware platform and utilised social media marketing to help raise awareness of the platform.
Hope represented her school during her GCSEs, as the Deputy Head Girl. As part of her responsibility, she conducted speeches, showed prospective students and parents around the school and was central to school events. She then went on to study English Literature, History and Government and Politics for her A-levels at the Campion School before starting university.
Hope talks Commercial Awareness
For Hope, commercial awareness is about more than just an overview. It is about understanding commercial issues and having the ability to analyse how this impacts wider society.Hope tells us “Commercial Awareness is an understanding of business and law in today’s society. It comes down to being aware of the changes and developments of the world and how that might have a domino effect on everything else. It’s not only an overview but an interest in how”.
Hope talks BeComAware
“BeComAware aims to provide commercial awareness education to students which is easily understood and digested. It is no good being told to read certain news sites if they are not written to be able to be understood by students. Therefore BeComAware enables students to become competent in gaining commercial awareness at an earlier stage by sharing vital knowledge and information which is far more comprehensive and engaging. Not only does it help students understand but it helps to engage student’s interests by starting conversations which involve them rather than exclude them”.