Youthwatch Darlington Volunteer Social Media and Photopgrahy Assistant

What You'll Do: 

Are you aged 16 - 25 years old? Are you looking for new opportunity for academic year 2019/20.  Use you social media content and photography skills to support a young volunteering group in Darlington.  Purpose of the role: - Support Youthwatch Darlington with a range of media and marketing tasks  - Create meaningful social media content plans in preparation for online awareness campaigns.  - Visit events and community outreach sessions being on hand to create live social media posts using photos. - Share your ideas to help develop new and innovative ways for the organisation to show case it work through communication channels.  - Attend Healthwatch events/meetings to take live photos for use in reports and social media.  - Support platforms such as Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.  The volunteering roles at Healthwatch Darlington are very flexible and we work with you to offer you a unique experience like no other, to ensure you xperience a positive and fulfilling time during your time with us. Please note all out of pocket travel expenses that may occur during your volunteering can be reimbursed.  If this sounds like an opportunity for you and you would like to gain invaluable experience to support you in your studying and future, then we would love to hear from you. 

Summary
Volunteering
Darlington
0 Weeks Minimum
0 Hours / Week

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