Maybe you are a young journalist or communications professional, and are looking for an opportunity to prove yourself and network. Maybe you are a social media wizard, or a university student looking to expand your horizons. Maybe you care about the challenges we face trying to build a more sustainable, equitable global society, but don’t feel confident articulating your message. Or maybe you already have a strong voice and are up-to-date on environmental issues, but don’t have a platform to get your message out.
- Young communicators age 18-35. Early career professionals, as well as university students or graduates with a degree in Journalism or Communications are encouraged to apply.
- Some experience writing stories or news pieces.
- Some experience with social media. If you are a champion tweeter, an Instagram genius, or are killer on any other platforms, let us know!
Other things to know
- The boot camp will be held over the course of two days, December 3 & 4, in Paris, France. Selected social reporters will then attend both days of the Global Landscapes Forum on December 5 & 6.
- The boot camp will consist of two days of training on the professional use of social media for live reporting from conferences and events, blog writing and editing, and thematic breakout sessions.
- To align with our strategy of targeted engagement, each volunteer will be assigned to specific sessions of the forum from which to live tweet and write blogs. In the days of the boot camp before the forum we will focus on honing the skills you need to walk into your assigned session with confidence.
Deadline: October 31, 2015
To apply and for more information visit here
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