British watch brand Tayroc is launching an independent student
ambassador and mentorship programme this autumn.
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The initiative is aimed at supporting students and young people in their
career development, added Tayroc, by preparing students in finding work and
internships, whilst helping them to develop skills.
Devised by Tayroc managing director and director of Lid Project, Gemma
Noble, students will receive “on the job work experience,” utilising Tayroc
and Lid Project’s ‘in-house’ experts, as well take part in monthly virtual
mentorship seminars, product testing, and focus groups. There will also be
a chance for students to submit ideas that will be credited and
The seminars will cover subjects including social media marketing,
buying and merchandising, communication, psychology and mental health in
the workplace and personal professional development, such as interview
preparation and CV writing, as well as give the students the opportunity to
interact with the Tayroc and Lid Project teams.
Students can sign up to be an ambassador using Tayroc’s social media
platforms and through a partnership with Student Beans using their student
number for validation.
Participating students will receive a gift box containing a Tayroc
watch, branded face covering, fragrance and soon to be launched clothing
such as T-shirts and Hoodies.
Applications for the Tayroc student ambassador programme opens on
Image: courtesy of Tayroc