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The SCOOP Foundation Seeking Interns and Volunteers

category dublin | arts and media | other press author Saturday February 11, 2012 17:42author by SCOOP - The SCOOP Foundationauthor email volunteerscoop at gmail dot com Report this post to the editors

The SCOOP are currently recruiting enthusiastic, bright, creative interns and volunteers for 2012. This is the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself into the SCOOP team, become part of something worthwhile and to learn how this unique and innovative organisation operates.

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The SCOOP Foundation is a young organisation that works to build schools and support children's education in the world's poorest regions, by raising funds through unique events and fresh thinking ideas.

Intern positions are three months with possibility of extension. Volunteers will be required to help out at SCOOP's major events over the course of the year. We're looking for energetic, fun loving, friendly bodies to have on hand for a number of tasks. If you're passionate about event management, an aspiring photographer, arts lover, activist, or even if you're bored silly and looking for something to get involved in, then this is for you.

Volunteering is the ideal way to enhance your CV and to meet like-minded people. Interning with The SCOOP will give you an invaluable opportunity to get hands on experience working along side the Scoop's main operators.

Contact volunteerscoop@gmail.com with your CV and a brief cover letter
on how you'd like to get involved and what you can bring to SCOOP to
make 2012 SCOOP's best year yet.

For more info on The SCOOP visit www.thescoopfoundation.com or check
out our facebook page for daily updates.

Related Link: https://www.facebook.com/scoopcharity
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