Become A Feenix Ambassador!
Feenix is an online fundraising platform which allows students to fund their studies. Find out how you could become an ambassador!
Feenix helps students to avoid the accumulation of debt which brings about issues while they're pursuing their studies. They encourage you to access your community and work together to achieve students goals. Being a part of 'the middle' has students not being eligible for bursaries at times but Feenix is able to assist these students.
Feenix provides you with an opportunity to communicate with funders to support you and network so that they can invest in your future. Feenix is a part of many success stories and has encouraged many to be motivated and make a difference in South Africa.
At Feenix, a relationship is built between the student and the community. Through donations as well as a passion for education, Feenix has helped over a thousand people pursue their dreams in higher education.
Feenix has called on students to join their 2021 Feenix Ambassador squad!
These individuals are described as game changers in society who strive to change their lives and the lives of those around them. If this sounds like a group you would like to be a part of apply now!
All you have to do is email your CV, social media handles as well as a 1-2 minute motivational video to firstname.lastname@example.org or send it via their whatsapp line 063 968 7544.
Applications close 31 January 2021.
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