Kno recently has developed a few different models of its new educational tablet such as its 14.1 inch dual or single screen edition. The company stands for Knowledge and its firmly set to integrate its technology in the classroom. The company is now taking a direct hand in grooming the kids of today for the jobs of tomorrow by offering students who have demonstrated a passion for education and technology an opportunity to get real-world training and experience via its Student Ambassador program.
Kno will be giving big discounts for students who enter and are accepted into the new program. The student Ambassador program allows students to get access to the brains of the Kno executives, attend exclusive webcasts, entrepreneurship lessons and create social media campaigns.
Kno is intergrating the students into helping further enhance its ecosystem both online and in the class room. The company really wants to give the students a chance to determine the social media aspect of Kno and will help with practical real world career building exercises.
“College students are the future leaders of America and we want to help them gain real-life experience that they can use after college to help them have a successful career,” said David Straus, Vice President of Product at Kno, Inc. “The Kno Ambassador Program also provides an opportunity for the company to interact directly with students and gain useful insight for the continued development of the Kno education platform.”
If you are keen on entering this new program you can apply via the Kno Website (http://blog.kno.com) and submit your resume. After the resume process you will have to answer some skill testing questions and be interviewed by the Kno development team to see if this is the right fit for you. Finally, we noticed a Survey Monkey posting that Kno has done, check it out HERE.
Michael Kozlowski is the Editor in Chief of Good e-Reader. He has been writing about audiobooks and e-readers for the past ten years. His articles have been picked up by major and local news sources and websites such as the CNET, Engadget, Huffington Post and Verge.