In this blog, Student Ambassador Basma talks about how to make the most of the Access Aspiration programme as a student.
Access Aspiration: Student Ambassadors
Our Student Ambassadors are a passionate group of young people currently participating in the Access Aspiration programme. They help in championing the importance of careers advice, work experience and academic studies amongst their peers and also represent their Sixth Form at our meetings and events. They play an active role in elevating youth voice and produce engaging content on the issues that matter most to them. Scroll down to view some of their content.
“My name is Amiira and I’m currently studying Chemistry, Biology and Maths at sixth form. My favourite subject out of the three is Maths and my favourite quote is: ‘When you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot in it and hang on’.”
“My name is Basma and I currently study English Literature, French and Sociology. I am super excited to be an Access Aspiration Ambassador. It is an amazing platform helping students reach their dreams and I am honoured to be a part of it!”
“My name is Christina and I am studying politics, economics, mathematics, and physical education. A quote which I like and live by is: ‘Strive for nothing less than what you deserve’.”
“My name is Elmina. As a sixth form student, it is essential I utilise opportunities to develop stronger employability skills for the future. Access Aspiration can help 16-18 year olds like myself to start their professional life on the right foot.”
“My name is Emma and I am currently studying Economics, History and English Literature. My advice to anyone thinking about signing up to the Access Aspiration programme is: take the chance!”
“My name is Fatiha, I’m in year 12 and am studying Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Computer Science at A Level. I love learning and Access Aspiration has enabled young people like me to learn and explore different career paths.”
“My name is Gabriel and I am currently studying A-Levels in Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Computer Science. My dream is to learn from the best scientists and mathematicians and, someday, to hopefully leave my mark in the scientific community.”
“My name is Intishar and my A-Levels are Computer Science, Maths, Physics and Chemistry. I am grateful to Access Aspiration for helping me gain more knowledge and skills to pursue my ambition.”
“My name is Johansel and I study Chemistry, Biology and Maths at A-Level. A quote I live my life by is ‘knowledge is power’.”
“My name is Khawaja and I study Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Maths. My favourite quote that I live by comes from my favourite anime: ‘I have no limits!'”
“My name is Malaikah and I am studying English Literature, Graphic Design and Media Studies. My favourite quote, which also comes from my favourite author Oscar Widle, is: ‘I am so clever that sometimes I don’t understand a single word of what I’m saying’.”
“My name is Mansimranjeet and I am currently studying Maths, Physics and Computer Science. I believe Access Aspiration is a golden charm that equips youngsters like me with precious skills and insight into different employment pathways.”
“My name is Mathieu. I am studying Biology, Chemistry and Geography and my ambition is to become a Doctor. I am very happy that I have managed to become an ambassador for Access Aspiration and I can’t wait to meet and work with other students on this programme.”
“My name is Mohammad-Haaris and I am studying Maths, FurtherMaths, Physics and Economics. I have always thrived on the sense of accomplishment and the feeling of satisfaction once a problem has been solved. I have always been passionate to explore wonderful opportunities; being a Student Ambassador allows me to progress even further.”
“My name is Nawal and I am currently a Year 12 student studying Biology, Chemistry and History. I love reading and one of my favourite quotes is: ‘Education is the passport to the future, tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today’.”
“My name is Nazifa and I study Economics, Computer Science and English Literature. This opportunity has allowed me to open a door to success in my future career choices. I cannot wait to grow into a young woman in the world of work and become the best in everything I do, as an Access aspiration Ambassador!”
“My name is Noor and I’m studying History, Politics, English Literature and Philosophy. A quote I live by is: ‘Help others achieve their dreams and you will achieve yours’.”
“My name is Shumaita and I currently study Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Fine Art. Ever since I involved myself with Access Aspiration, I have started to believe the quote: ‘Doubt Kills More Dreams Than Failure Does’.”
“My name is Ubaid and I am a Year 12 student studying Biology, Chemistry and Geography. I believe Access Aspiration is a great opportunity for students to build their portfolio and acquire the skills and experiences need to progress in the future, whether applying to an apprenticeship or university course.”
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