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Are you 16-25 and looking for a new challenge? 

Be part of Keeping It Wild’s brand-new digital programme this October. Learn more about digital marketing through free online workshops delivered by media experts Open, Headliners and London Wildlife Trust and create a fundraising campaign for London Wildlife Trust through a PAID training  placement.

 

Dive into this varied and exciting world of digital marketing & media and conservation for a few days, learn what jobs are available to you and gain skills to help promote and protect wildlife in our city!

 

This programme is for you if:

  • You are aged between 16-25
  • You have a Greater London postcode
  • You want to build your skills and experience in the charity and marketing industries
  • You’ve always dreamed about working to promote and protect wildlife, but you don’t know where to start
  • You want to gain new skills in creating digital campaigns, from initial ideas to launching your project live for the world to see!

Two exciting opportunities:

Step 1: Digital Media & Marketing Workshops

  • Free fun and interactive online workshops delivered by Headliners (UK) and Open on 3-4th October or 10-11th October 2020
  • Deadline for registration: 1pm, Thursday 1st October 2020

Step 2: Digital Media & Marketing Training Placements

  • Following the workshops apply for a PAID training placement with fundraising marketing agency Open during half-term 27th-30th October 2020 
  • Registration for the work experience will open on 11th October 2020

 

Like the sound of it? What you are waiting for? Sign up here now or visit our website here to find out more.

 

Contact: If you have any questions or have any issues registering, please contact Allia Fredericks

Date: 03 October 2020 - 30 October 2020

Time: -

Location: Virtual, details will be sent once your place is confirmed

About this event

This opportunity is funded by the funded by the DCMS Youth Accelerator Fund via National Lottery Heritage Fund

This free programmed is delivered by London Wildlife Trust, Open and supported by youth partners Headliners and London Youth