The Rural Youth Project Smart Village

The Rural Youth Project Smart Village is on the hunt for digital champions from across Angus, Lanarkshire, Outer Hebrides, Rural Perth and Kinross and the Scottish Borders.

This is a great opportunity for young people in rural Scotland—the selected digital champions will receive £500 to cover their voluntary expenses and time in supporting the project.

The role of the Digital Champion is to create and collect engaging content that will populate the Smart Village digital platform. It will help to inspire and educate young people in rural areas of Scotland that want help, advice and a space where they can learn from like-minded people about enterprise and business. You will act as an ambassador for the project, sharing updates and networking within your local community.

As a team you will be responsible, with support, for the creation of this exciting new digital platform designed by young people for young people. The initial position will run until 31 st January 2021.

Apply here before 12pm tomorrow:

If you have networks that would be interested in this opportunity, this document outlining the role available to 18 - 28 year olds living in rural Scotland can be downloaded and forwarded on to relevant individuals and groups. It includes a link to the short application and also includes contact details, should any applicants have questions about the role. Please share far and wide with any contacts that may be interested and help to get the word out about this amazing opportunity.

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