Student Brand Ambassadors
Your peers are aiming to get into the graduate or professional school of their dreams, and you will help them get there.
How will you make a difference?
Network on campus
Use your networking skills and connections to build and strengthen Kaplan partnerships with clubs and other organizations on your campus.
Present to clubs
Deliver presentations to inform students about the path to graduate school and how Kaplan can help them achieve their goals.
Share on social media
Leverage your social media networks to get students engaged with our free events, resources, and expertise.
Why join our team?
Extra spending cash
Our SBA positions pay $15/hour ($19/CAD) with opportunities for additional compensation in the form of bonuses and promotions.
A higher test score
Not only do you get competitive pay, you also get a free Kaplan course after just 6 months to help you succeed in your own educational goals.
With a flexible 5-hour-per-week schedule, you’ll be able to balance being a successful SBA with being an involved college student.
Become an expert
With our paid training program, completed virtually for your convenience, you’ll get the tools you need to become a successful SBA.
Meet our Student Brand Ambassadors
Here are few SBAs who are making a difference on their campuses and helping students meet—and exceed—their goals.
Join them and the hundreds of other SBAs across North America.
Campus: University of Florida
Major: Psychology and Health Disparities
Campus Involvement: American Medical Student Association, Equal Access Clinic Network, and Jewish Gators
Favorite part of the SBA role: Connecting with all the different student organizations on campus and meeting so many inspiring young leaders!
"Sometimes, my friends and I practice organic chemistry in our spare time."
"I played French horn in my high school band."
"When I was a kid, I wanted to be a singing dentist. "
Campus: The Ohio State University
Major: Pharmaceutical Science, with a minor in Business
Campus Involvement: Pi Kappa Phi
Favorite part of the SBA role: Meeting new people and presenting Kaplan material to a lot of different clubs and organizations.
"I was born in South Korea."
"When I was in middle school, I used to be a magician. In fact, I performed at one birthday party in my short magic career."
Campus: The University of Mississippi
Major: Marketing and Chemistry
Campus Involvement: Alpha Kappa Psi, Indian Club, Feminist Empowerment at The University of Mississippi, Chief Emissary Officers
SBA Program’s personal impact: By learning so much about the paths to graduate and business school, I have become more certain of my dreams while helping others with similar dilemmas.
"I'm really into food aesthetics so I created a foodie Instagram and lots of San Francisco restaurants/famous Bay Area foodies have followed me!"
Campus: Tufts University
Major: Biopsychology with a minor in Philosophy
Campus Involvement: Admissions Department Tour Guide, Peer Leader for Pre-Orientation Program, Ultimate Frisbee Team, Tufts Marathon Team
Favorite part of the SBA role: As a busy college student, it is hard to commit regular hours each week to a job, and working as an SBA is the perfect opportunity to fit my work in around my busy schedule.
"I didn’t learn to ride a bike until I was 20 years old."
"I won a hot dog eating contest my freshman year by shoveling down 12.5 hot dogs in 4 minutes."
Campus: Binghamton University
Major: Integrative Neuroscience, with a minor in Theater
Campus Involvement: Alzheimer’s Foundation of America at Binghamton
SBA Program’s personal impact: Being a Kaplan SBA has helped me feel more prepared for my own professional goals… I feel more confident in my chances at medical school admission.
"When I was in 3rd grade I broke my arm. I fell over thin air and I got a hot pink cast and got out of gym class for 4 months- it was awesome."
"I love singing! It is something I have enjoyed since I was a child. I especially like singing ballads."
Campus: The College of New Jersey
Major: Marketing with a minor in Management
Campus Involvement: Business Peer Mentors, Women in Business, Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority, Meditation Club, Circle of Compassion, and Orientation Leadership Program
SBA Program’s personal impact: I have not only improved my communication and presentation skills, but I also have a better balance of working independently or in a group, depending on the situation.
"As a kid, I never had a nickname so I made my own in high school and it caught on."
"I often skateboard to class or the gym."