Barter is a lifestyle payment platform that features a mobile app on Android and iOS which makes sending and requesting money between friends, paying bills, and paying on Flutterwave businesses’ websites, a breeze. Barter also provides virtual dollar cards for you to buy and pay subscriptions on most websites.
Barter is a product of Flutterwave, a payment technology company that provides a payment service for merchants and payment service providers across the world. Flutterwave operates as a B2B payment gateway network that allows clients to tap its APIs and customize payments applications. The company has partnered with businesses such as Uber, bookings.com, Wakanow, and Betway to facilitate their payments.
The Ambassador program was launched to help students earn up to $1500 by simply telling their friends about Barter. The Barter Campus Ambassador Program is an exclusive community of young, smart, and influential students in leading universities across the world such as Princeton University, University of Cape Town, Ashesi, University of Nairobi, the University of Lagos and Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, naming a few. This program is created to allow students to earn money during this pandemic era but most importantly, to develop interpersonal, communication and leadership skills.
It does not matter if the students are first-year students or continuing students, as long as they are passionate about making life better for others, and would like to earn some money. This opportunity is currently open to students from technical to non-technical studies.
Aside from earning up to $1,500, the program also grants students the opportunity to enhance their professional development, leadership, technical and communication skills, access internship opportunities with Flutterwave or any of our clients who need interns and incorporate their own ideas and support in a creative environment.
Applications to the program open every quarter, and the first cohort of Barter Ambassadors will be selected and announced in November.