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COMPETITION LAUNCHED TO WIN A BUNAC TRAVEL INTERNSHIP

If you are looking for a summer adventure and the chance to make your CV stand out from the crowd, then why not enter BUNAC's latest competition to win an all-expenses-paid Travel Internship to North and Central America?

If you are looking for a summer adventure and the chance to make your CV stand out from the crowd, then why not enter BUNAC's latest competition to win an all-expenses-paid Travel Internship to North and Central America?

The lucky winner will spend two months travelling across North America, interviewing participants on BUNAC working holiday programmes. You could be on a lakeside  summer camp in New Hampshire one week, interviewing a Camp Counsellor working with kids, then chatting to a lifeguard on a Californian beach the next week and meeting a receptionist in a Canadian mountain resort the week after that.  Then it’s off to find out more about the sea turtle conservation projects in Costa Rica and the data monitoring and recording carried out by volunteers against an exotic backdrop of rainforests and endangered wildlife. 
Armed with a video camera (supplied by BUNAC) to document every step of the trip, the winner will blog, vlog and network their way across the continent, taking in the bright lights of New York City one day and the mountain peaks of British Columbia the next! 

Funded by the Howard Crew Scholarship Fund,  the competition prize includes all flights, accommodation, comprehensive medical insurance, plus a marketing internship in BUNAC’s London office afterwards to write up the trip for the BUNAC website.

The closing date for all entries is Monday 6th April 2015 and the lucky winner will be announced on the website. 

Hollie Brooks, BUNAC’s Marketing and Sales Manager, says:  “This is a unique opportunity for a media-loving student or budding professional to experience the best of North and Central America during their summer break, to meet a wide range of like-minded people, super-size their CV and have their written work published on the BUNAC website.  We fully expect to be inundated with entries to this competition!”  

For further details and to enter the competition, visit  www.bunac.org/travelcomp

 

  • Date published: 09th March 2015
  • Written by: Ian Thomas

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