WES Advisor is recruiting international students and newcomers to join our WES Ambassador Program.
If you are an immigrant to the U.S. or Canada—or are currently studying abroad in North America—we welcome you to contribute a blog post.
Being a WES Ambassador means that you have the opportunity to:
- Write a blog (to share your story with others)
- Participate in our webinars
- Answering frequently asked questions
And more! We are always open to new ideas.
Plus, WES Ambassadors can earn gift cards and other rewards by participating in the program. Interested? Sign up for the WES Ambassador Program now.
Who Qualifies for the WES Ambassador Program?
To qualify for the program, international students must be currently enrolled in a North American educational institution at the undergraduate, graduate, or doctoral level. Newcomers must have already immigrated to the U.S. or Canada.
However, if you do not qualify for the program at the moment, we encourage you to come back and sign up once you have arrived in the U.S. or Canada.
Get Involved: Here’s How
You can write about a variety of topics. To get some ideas, consider exploring the WES Advisor Blog.
As a general rule, we encourage our blog contributors to share their stories, experiences, and tips for other international students or newcomers.
International students often write about topics like:
- Life in the U.S. or Canada
- Navigating the university application process
- Preparing for official exams, such as the GRE, GMAT, and TOEFL
- Differences in culture and student life
- Choosing your school or field of study
- Finding internships
Newcomers, although by no means limited to the following topics, can consider writing about:
- Preparing to immigrate to the U.S. or Canada
- Completing the immigration application process
- Preparing for the immigration interview
- Finding a job as an immigrant
- Applying for the Express Entry program
- Adjusting to life in the U.S. or Canada
Join the Program
Do you have valuable insights that you have gleaned as an international student or newcomer in the U.S. or Canada? Our audience wants to hear your story and get your advice!