The Green Ambassadors
The Green Association Scheme is a student social programme which aims to create a positive community spirit throughout the student village, and make your time at The Green a memorable experience.
About the scheme
- The Green is divided into seven Green Associations, each with approximately 150 students.
- The Associations are led by a group of enthusiastic Green Ambassadors, who we recruit at the beginning of the academic year.
- The Ambassadors organise events, communicate with their students, promote engagement and provide accommodation feedback.
- Monthly meetings of all Ambassadors are aimed at discussing events, giving accommodation feedback from students and brainstorming different ideas.
- There are several competitions throughout the year which cover a wide variety of interests, from sports to fundraising.
I became a Green Ambassador because I wanted to get involved and make more friends. We are mainly responsible for organising parties and fun events for The Green community. I will also receive recognition for the work I've done on my HEAR transcript, which is very positive for future employment opportunities.
How to join
If you live at The Green, you are automatically a member of one of The Green Associations.
To become a leading figure and join The Green Ambassadors team of your association, send an email to ask for an application form: firstname.lastname@example.org.
What's my Association?
The Green Association that you belong to depends on the block you live in:
- Crispin – The Harlequin Green Association
- Edda – The Myrtle Green Association
- Goldfinch – The Teal Green Association
- Heron – The Myrtle Green Association
- Humbolt – The Emerald Green Association
- Merryweather – The Celadon Green Association
- Moorpark – The Jade Green Association
- Morello – The Viridian Green Association
- Peregrine – The Jade Green Association
- Ribston Pipin – The Harlequin Green Association
- Roundel – The Viridian Green Association
- Valor – The Teal Green Association
- Vranga – The Emerald Green Association
- Willingham – The Emerald Green Association