Help secure the future of marketing: Become an ambassador and inspire the next generation

We are searching for 50 marketers in their 20s to help inspire the next generation about the opportunities a career in marketing can provide. Applications close next week.

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Marketing Week is looking for 50 marketers aged under 30 to be ambassadors of a new educational initiative designed to increase awareness of marketing careers among school children.

Alongside education company Learn Et Al and Pearson College London, we will be supporting the launch of the School of Marketing, a new learning platform for young people from all backgrounds across the UK.

We need people to help spread the word about how exciting, creative and dynamic a career in marketing can be. But time is running out – applications close next week. 

What do you have to do?  

You could help inspire others in a number of ways from speaking at your local school or college, to help create content on the latest happenings in marketing.  

You will have the opportunity to shape how you add value to the community and help promote a career in marketing to young people all around the country and beyond.  

What do you get in return?  

You will have your profile posted on the Marketing Week website as recognition of your newly earned status.  

In addition, you will be invited to network with some of the leaders in the industry, including those on the School of Marketing’s advisory board. 

How do you apply?  

The Founding 50 must be:

  • Currently working in a marketing department 
  • In their 20s  
  • Passionate about inspiring future generations to seek a career in marketing 

If you fit the bill, we need you to record a two-minute minute video on:

  • What attracted you to a career in marketing 
  • Your current role and career route to-date  
  • Why you love marketing  
  • How you would inspire others to have a career in marketing 

Visit the School of Marketing website to upload your video.

For more information on the School of Marketing and the Founding 50 visit www.schoolofmarketing.co.uk.

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