Memo Pundits is a pioneer Mooting School which offers solutions to passionate mooters for national and international moots at affordable prices. Memo Pundits have helped more than 3,000 law students to improve researching, drafting and formatting skills over the years.
Memo Pundits have launched – Campus Ambassador Program (MP-CAP) to widen their reach to colleges, universities and students through Campus Ambassadors.
As their Campus Ambassador, you will get an opportunity to work with a leading start-up, learn new skills, be innovative and get rewarded for it as well.
Tasks for our CAs
Major tasks of our ambassadors will entail the following:
Meet weekly targets allocated to you by your mentor.
Digital Marketing: Circulate our ads, posters and videos through email, WhatsApp, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
Anchor communication between Memo Pundits and Moot Court Societies of colleges/universities.
Daily reporting of work progress to the assigned Mentor.
Number of Vacancies
Memo Pundits are hiring 3 (three) Campus Ambassadors from NLUs, private and government colleges on a continuous basis.
Work from home
Duration of Work
Students pursuing their graduation degree in Law.
Active on social media.
Proficiency in spoken English.
Perks for our Campus Ambassadors
Certificate of Appreciation: CA will receive a Certificate from us which will strengthen their CVs.
Letter of Recommendation: LoRs will be given to the outstanding CAs helping them to boost their chances for scholarships and better job opportunities.
Performance-based Incentives and Rewards: Incentives could range anywhere between Rs. 1000 to Rs. 5000. The CAs can also get free enrolment to our Online Memorial Course as a reward for their excellent performance.
Weekly cash rewards for Campus Ambassadors of the week.
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