Google has announced that it is now receiving applications for the 2014 Google Student Ambassador Program (GSA) across Sub Saharan African countries.
Google Student Ambassadors are leaders on campus whose mission is to use technology to make a difference in their universities and communities across the region, the search engine giant said.
They train other students on how to use Google tools, like Google Apps for Education, Google Maps, Adwords, YouTube and more. GSAs also help to improve the way technology is used by university students in their academics and daily lives.
According to the rules, interested applicants must be enrolled in full-time undergraduate/postgraduate study and must be available for 10 hours per month to spend on Google evangelist work, familiar with Google products including Google Docs, Chrome, Search, and YouTube, an active Google+ user and involved with student organisations and activities.
The deadline for application is May 30, 2014, the company said.