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Challenges Abroad


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Challenges Abroad is an adventure tours company which caters for students and other groups. They are also a provider of student jobs at campuses up and down the country.

Challenges Abroad organise student charity challenges and expeditions for groups of people in locations around the world. The company specialises in challenges on four continents, so, if you fancy trekking in Tanzania or Hiking in India then Challenges Abroad could help you make it a reality. They also organise trekking holidays and volunteer travel in Romania, Peru and Nepal.

The tours that they organise for student groups and other parties are not meant to be easy - typical challenges include hiking up Kilimanjaro and trekking in Machu Picchu. But, as well as travellers pushing themselves to the limit with Challenges Abroad, they also get the rewarding experience of volunteer work, helping the lives of people who are often from deprived backgrounds.

If you like the sound of what Challenges Abroad do, then how would you like to work for them?

The company is regularly looking to fill student jobs at universities all around the United Kingdom.

What they need is students who will spread the word about the challenges and volunteer experiences that Challenges Abroad provide. If you think you could promote any of their new or existing expeditions with your student peers then working for Challenges Abroad could be a very rewarding job.

They are looking for Campus Managers and Student Reps who are already at university and will pay you a commission incentive for your work. You will also have the chance to win various prizes if you successfully land one of these student jobs with Challenges Abroad. For example, you could win a free place on one of the expeditions that Challenges Abroad run. That means you could even end up leading a trek up Mount Everest!

To have a chance of securing one of these student roles, you will need to be in the second or third year of university and have good leadership qualities. You will also have to be pretty savvy with Facebook, Twitter and other social media networks. It would also be a considerable advantage if you are a member of a few student societies or sit on some form of student committee.

If you like a challenge and want to help less well off people whilst also making some money yourself, then go ahead and apply for any student jobs you see at Challenges Abroad.

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