If you love to make videos, meet new people, blog about your experiences, travel around Maine, and talk to others, then you'll never feel like you're working with the Young & Free Maine Spokester job.
This job is fun. I have fun every single day. Whether it's getting on stage at a concert to announce the acts, goofing off (and brainstorming ideas) with fellow Spokesters on Skype, or coming up with a creative way to discuss financial topics via video, I'm always having a good time.
Last fall I traveled to Nashville with Young & Free teams from across the country. We met up for a Spokester Summit and some workshop sessions that allowed us to have fun while picking up new ideas for our blogs and videos. While we were there we shot an amazing video called It's Your $50,000. We walked all over the city while our favorite video extraoridnaire and coach to the Spokesters Matt Hawkins captured clips of us having fun and talking about our big dreams. We may have put in long days of "work" while we were there, but it sure didn't feel like it.
Between takes previous Young & Free St. Louis Spokester Jenn Cloud put together a video that captures how fun it is to be a Spokester on a different level.
You're only Spokester once, after all.
If you want to have fun while building your resume and having once in a lifetime experiences, apply now to be the next Young & Free Maine Spokester. Deadline for applications is May 24th at 3 p.m.