The AAU has established a television station (AAU TV) as Africa’s apex higher education television platform to provide quality content for the higher education community in Africa. This medium transmits on YouTube (Association of African Universities); Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/AAU67/videos/), on a dedicated website (https://tv.aau.org) and to a limited extent on Twitter (@AautvU) and Instagram (aautvofficial).
AAU is coming up with an innovative approach to draw close to young academics and students in Africa by harnessing Social Media to educate, create awareness and engage the African community electronically through the use of TWITTER, FACEBOOK, YOUTUBE and BLOGGING. This approach aims to generate “noise and excitement” online about higher education in Africa and contribute towards the advocacy role of the AAU.
Roles of Volunteer Young Social Media Reporters
Our Social Media Marketing Department is searching for influencers in every African country, especially in the various tertiary institutions to help us reach out to all segments of the higher education community, which is our target audience for AAU TV. The influencers will serve as AAU TV Brand Ambassadors in their various locations. This offer is renewable every six months (January and July of each year).
The roles of Brand Ambassadors include:
Selected volunteer social media reporters will work online to retweet, like facebook posts, share videos, share pictures, write blog articles and re-post posts related to the AAU. They will also:
All selected volunteer social media reporters will be expected to follow the AAU social media platforms.
The Profile of a Young Social Media Reporter
Benefits to the Young Social Media Reporters
How to apply:
Interested individuals should send their CVs, which include their social media handles to email@example.com. It will be our pleasure to work with you.