R U Servus’ Gen Y Spokester?

Young adults in Alberta have an opportunity to be the next Young & Free Alberta Spokester.¦

“It’s been such an incredible experience and year. As the Young & Free Alberta Spokester, I was able to help people my age make sense of their financial futures, but the time has come to pass the torch to Servus Credit Union’s next voice of the 17 to 25 crowd,” said 2010 Young & Free Alberta Spokester, Kelsey MacDonald.

The Spokester position is a one-year, paid contract position with a ton of great perks. The successful candidate will be 17 to 25 years old and will create relationships with Gen Y through interaction at www.YoungFreeAlberta.com# and attendance at community events throughout Alberta.

“This is the second province-wide Spokester Search and Servus welcomes the creativity and new ideas from the 17 to 25 crowd across Alberta,” said Gail Stepanik-Keber, chief marketing officer at Servus Credit Union. “Apply by May 2 and you could be the next Young & Free Alberta Spokester!”

Interested 17 to 25 year olds can visit www.YoungFreeAlberta.com# for details and application instructions. Applicants must submit a 60-second video, a blog post and a personal information form online at www.YoungFreeAlberta.com# before Monday, May 2, 2011. The public can then vote for their favorite candidate from May 6 to 23 at www.YoungFreeAlberta.com#. Servus Credit Union will determine the winning applicant through the outcome of the online vote and overall job suitability.

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