My name is Joseph Lee, and I’m the Community Manager of Wizoku, an online learning community. We’re in the process of expanding our tutor base and I’m reaching out to you because I thought your club members might be interested in applying to become one of our Campus Ambassadors.
Wizoku is an online learning community that uses innovative technology to connect students and tutors. Our Campus Ambassadors help us build this community. Effective Ambassadors do this by being active on campus, promoting us on social media, and reaching out to both students and tutors.
Wizoku Ambassadors are paid based on how many tutors and students they can bring to our site. Prospective Ambassadors can click here to apply and learn more about our Ambassador Program.
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club members. Please also check out our blog to learn more about us and what we do. Thanks
so much for your time and please let me know if you have any questions!
Joseph V Lee
Community Manager | Wizoku
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