NYDA Volunteer Awareness Event
Do you have a passion for marketing (including social media) and promotions? Are you ready to make friends, improve your mental and physical health, and develop new skills along the way?
Volunteers are needed for ‘Walk in My Shoes’ Documentary Launch and Activation which will take place on 13 October 2017 at TAUSRAC Foundation Centre in Orlando West, Soweto.
Don't overlook the benefits of volunteering. Embrace them!
Volunteering can help you gain confidence by giving you the chance to try something new and build a real sense of achievement.
Have you always wanted to be part of a marketing event?
Then this opportunity is for you.
Volunteers are needed for Walk in My Shoes Documentary Launch and Activation event.
If you’re in and around Orlando West, Soweto, you are encouraged to participate.
If you’re passionate about marketing and promotions, you don’t want to miss this opportunity.
Organisation Taursrac Foundation
When 13 Oct 2017
Time 10:00 - 16:00
How often Once Off
- Must have a smart phone, know how to use/interact with social media
Volunteers Needed 200
Interested in being part of the experience?
Don’t miss this opportunity!
HOW TO APPLY
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