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- Liberty Living
- Creative community
How can you get involved?
Are you imaginative, motivated and at university? We’re searching for creative students who are keen to share their university experience with others, while also gaining valuable skills.
As part of our Creative Community, you’ll have the opportunity to help us with a wide range of projects, from covering student events such as Halloween parties to writing blog posts.
We offer work experience in the following areas:
- Video production
What will you get out of it?
If you’re selected to join our Creative Community, we’ll give you detailed briefs for each project you take on and provide constructive feedback once they’re complete, so you can improve your skills as you go.
All projects are voluntary, and you’ll be given credit whenever your work is shared online, whether it’s featured on our blog or social media channels including YouTube and Instagram. We encourage you to share your work too, don’t forget to use our official hashtag – #WeAreLibertyLiving.
So, if you fancy being the next Zoella or Alfie Deyes (or neither!), joining our community of creators will look great on your CV and give you a taste of what it’s like to work in the creative industry.
We’ll guide you through the creative process and help you build up a portfolio of work that you can present to future employers.
You never know where your experience might take you, whether that’s freelancing as a blogger or working for a brand as an influencer.
When will you hear from us?
We aim to respond to all applications within 20 working days. Due to high interest, not all applicants will be offered work, but we’ll do our best to give you creative projects that match your interests.
Getting your degree is pretty important, so we’ll only send you projects if you’re confident you can fit them in around your studies.
Check out the webinar below
To learn more about opportunities in influencer marketing, watch our webinar: How to make money as a student influencer in 7 steps