Here is an exciting opportunity for all those individuals, who want to be the reason for bringing about a difference in the society. INK and Google have come together, and are looking for evangelists who can influence local communities and inspire them to use the internet and improve their lives. And you could be a part of this. Here is how.
INK and Google are embarking on a very exciting project called ‘Google – INK Ambassadors‘ that is looking to transform the way people use the internet in the smaller towns and cities of the country. And they are looking for ambassadors to join for a one year programme. You could learn more in a year on a project like this, than you’ll learn in 3 years in a corporate. And the training is going to be great – design thinking, art of story telling, etc.
The pilot is going to be in Bangalore and Hubli. If the pilot succeeds, INK and Google will be taking this to the progressive governments of the country with proposals on how this could transform their areas of jurisdiction. For the pilot batch, knowledge of Kannada is preferable. For further details you can follow this Facebook link.
Interested candidates must do the following:
Please submit a resume along with a 1-page cover letter (interest letter/motivation letter) to email@example.com. In your cover letter, please include the following details:
- Why are you interested in this position?
- What do you bring to the table that will really help you succeed in this job?
- The languages that you speak
- Share with us one or more high-impact ‘projects’ you have been involved with in the past. This could vary from a project in school to one you have done for your society or anything similar.
INK has been doing wonderful with two editions of INK Conference completed and INK 2012, that will be held in Pune between October 11 -14, 2012 at Pune Marriott. View INK Talks and get inspired.
Interested to be Google – INK Ambassador? Then write them a mail with the required details. If you know anyone who should be doing this, then do spread the word.
“Be the change you want to see” – Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.