iHub By Rachel Gichinga / April 16, 2014
Intel Student Partner Program: Now launching in Tanzania and Uganda. Apply by May 6th!
Following the successful launch of the Intel Student Partner Program in Kenya, we’re now opening up the opportunity for university students in Uganda and Tanzania to apply to be a part of this program. Apply by 6th May 2014 to be a part of this exciting experience! You can apply here: http://www.intel.co.za/content/www/za/en/education/student-partner-program/apply-now.html
What is the Intel Student Partner Program?
The Intel Student Partner Program – Africa is an opportunity for students to act as liaisons between Intel and their universities.
- Learn about innovative Intel products and programs.
- Plan and host fun events on campus.
- Act as a campus contact for Intel teams.
- Help Intel better understand each university’s culture.
Why was it created?
The program was developed enable Intel to engage more actively and more effectively with large student bodies across Africa.
How do you apply?
Program Participants (Participants) can apply to be part of the Intel Student Partner Program (Program) by submitting an application here. Application deadline is May 6th, 2014.
This phase of applications is currently open to registered university students in Uganda and Tanzania.
During the Phase 1 Participants will need to demonstrate the following values in their application:
- University status: Participants must be enrolled in a full time program at a recognized university in Uganda or Tanzania (Recognised and Registered as an Institution of Higher Learning by a Government Body).
- Academic excellence: Participants must have a grade point average of minimum B (or equivalent) from their university. Proof of grade point average in the form of academic transcripts is required.
- Leadership experience: Participants must demonstrate that they have previously organized and led other students in running or implementing a project or event that is of value to the University community. Proof for this should be provided in the form of reference letters from the organization for which they implemented the program.
- Intel Developer Zone: Participants must be registered members of the Intel® Developer Zone (IDZ). IDZ membership will be verified by including IDZ username in the application process.
Participants can apply at any time between April 16th and May 6th 2014, and will be notified within 2 weeks of their application date regarding the status of their application. Intel, at its sole discretion, may determine the end date of the Program.
Partners will receive the following benefits:
- Profiling within the Intel® Developer Zone (within regional sections dedicated for Africa as a Partner).
- Opportunity to participate in certain Intel events locally and internationally. For any event that requires travel, Intel will cover all associated, reasonable costs (transport, accommodation and board) on behalf of the Partner based on actually incurred costs only which must be supported by a valid proof of payment.
- Sneak peeks at some development tools, and industry-defining software applications that are public but may not be readily available in your specific market.
- Access to mentors within Intel to support Partners to build their global network and career skillset.
- Monthly stipend of $50 (Stipend) payable in equivalent local currency. The Stipend will only be available for months of Partners’ full time enrollment at the University, excluding University holiday months, (Eligible Months). The Stipend will be subject to additional contractual obligations to be signed by the Partners with the Agency.
- Branded Intel merchandise (Merchandise): 1 branded jacket, 1 branded T-shirt, 1 branded laptop bag, 1 branded laptop cover of a total value of approximately $200.
Partner Obligations during Partnership Year
The Partners will be required to:
- spend at least 2 hours a week meeting, talking and promoting Intel programs on Campus. The Partners will be required to send weekly reports providing work breakdown of how the 2 hours were spent.
- disclose that their activities are supported by Intel.
- provide weekly update to Intel on any university events in which they took part during the previous week and on upcoming events which the university is conducting that could be of interest to Intel.
- with prior notice from Intel, arrange for a tour at the university for Intel visitors to showcase Partners initiatives at the university.
- be available to assist with planning and logistics whenever Intel has major events in Partner’s country. For such assistance standard daily rates will be paid, equivalent to the rates paid to regular promoters (Event Assistance Pay).
- provide content such as one blog entry of at least 200 words , every 3 months, for the Intel Student Partner program website. The provided content should, for example, include information regarding recent events they have participated in.
In addition, Partner’s activities on-campus will include:
- setting up a booth that showcases Intel technologies and programs locally. Intel will provide physical booth, as well as the items to be shown.
- The Partners will be responsible for arranging an introduction meeting between Intel representatives and a relevant person at the university to facilitate obtaining of any required permissions for the space use at the university campus.
- running “What’s New” sessions to inform students about the latest news from Intel.
- arranging a periodic meeting between Intel representatives and university faculties leaders with the aim to discuss possible collaboration areas. At a minimum there should be 1 meeting per quarter.
All activities that incur costs will need a prior approval from Intel and a valid proof of payment.
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Mwesigwa Ezra at 19:42:58PM Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Too Sad Am leaving Campus this May.Do i still Qualify?Reply
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