Become a University Ambassador

Applications are now open for the 2023/24 intake of our University Ambassador program.
Take a look at some of our previous Ambassadors in action below:
Interested in becoming an ambassador?
You can read all about the role below. When you are ready to apply, simply attach your CV and a short 1-2 minute video explaining why you are the right person for the role.

University Ambassador at The OddBalls Foundation


One year (August 2023 - August 2024)


As a University Ambassador at The OddBalls Foundation, your role will focus on continuing to grow the charity’s work into both a student demographic and the surrounding region. You’ll be raising awareness of Testicular Cancer through various diverse initiatives. You’ll have an opportunity to continue in previous ambassador’s footsteps, whilst putting your own spin on the role as well. 

  • University students on a full-time course
  • Aged 18-24 years old
  • A full clean driving license
  • Self-motivated and reliable
  • Approachable and a confident public speaker
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Strong communicator 

University Ambassadors will be expected to hit several different targets set by the Regional Ambassador Managers designed to raise awareness of Testicular Cancer and grow the identity of The OddBalls Foundation. 

  • Deliver a minimum of 12 school or college Testicular Cancer Awareness presentations
  • Deliver Testicular Cancer Awareness presentations to university societies, businesses, and other organisations interested
  • Install our Check Yourself guides in 90 different locations (30 per term)
  • Organise a fundraising event raising a minimum target of £500 supporting The OddBalls Foundation
  • Help distribute our Check Yourself cushions
  • Be creative on social media and support campaigns and post by The OddBalls Foundation
  • Raise awareness of Testicular Cancer -MOST IMPORTANTLY! 
  • A confident public speaker to a diverse audiences
  • A great communicator, both verbally and written, especially when liaising with schools or organisations interested in working with The OddBalls Foundation
  • Being organised and taking ownership of the opportunity
  • Being able to find a good balance between your academic studies, sporting commitments, social life, and the University Ambassador role (time management)
  • Embracing the opportunity and making it a part of your lifestyle!
  • An OddBalls Foundation branded vehicle, insurance, and charitable related travel covered (Please note: our Central London Ambassador do NOT receive cars!)
  • Strengthen career prospects, countless opportunities for personal and professional development, and networking opportunities
  • Appraisals from The OddBalls Foundation Manager and Regional Ambassador Managers
  • Potential future employment -proven track record of providing opportunities for graduating ambassadors!
  • OddBalls stash!
  • Invitation to Ambassador Day’s and The OddBalls Foundation Festival
  • An opportunity to make a significant difference to Men’s Health and champion a great cause