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Welcome to Clinique on Campus, brought to you by Clinique and ENVSN.

Together, we champion diversity and representation. The skin you’re in deserves to be seen, nurtured, and venerated. We're looking to build a better future filled with scientifically-based skincare education and genuine conversations surrounding beauty standards – and that includes YOU.

 We're looking for bright, passionate college students interested in skincare and beauty to apply to our four-month long Ambassador program. If chosen, you’ll learn how this industry works, be paired with a Clinique mentor, and creatively spread the word to fellow college students through events, giveaways, and social posts.

We're looking for FIFTY smart, skincare + beauty-obsessed college students who are active on social media and in campus life. As an Ambassador, you'll have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience with brand marketing, gain valuable professional insight, and build valuable relationships with The Estée Lauder Companies HQ in NYC.

All applications are due by October 1, 2021. Once we review all your amazing applications, we will be selecting the next round of applicants for virtual interviews.

"I really enjoyed being partnered with a mentor who helped me grow as a person. It was a really helpful one-on-one experience that not only helped me out with beauty related topics but also life related topics. I also enjoyed being part of such an uplifting group of women who all empowered each other."

"My favorite part of the program was attending the workshops and learning more about Clinique’s background and the positions of different individuals. I also enjoyed connecting with the other Ambassadors!"

"Being assigned a mentor was one of the best parts of the program for me. I loved being able to talk about how to get my foot in the door in the career of Marketing, despite not having the conventional Marketing/Communications degree. Also, I appreciated the message of the social challenges and the hands on approach with office hours."