YLC Members' opportunity: Meet Microsoft!

We are excited to announce our next YLC members' opportunity and this one is for all you techies, computer whizz kids, aspiring Mark Zuckerbergs and interweb billionaires. 

We are offering 10 of our lucky (and fastest) members the chance to come with us to the London office of Microsoft, as in THE Microsoft, and meet, chat and learn from some of the brightest, most exciting minds working at the cutting edge of current and future technology. Since the company was founded they have continued to this day to influence the lives of almost every human in the modern world. Whether its through their Windows platform, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office, Nokia devices, Hotmail, Skype or gaming on your X-box, most of us have probably had some experience with Microsoft at some point in our lives.

 

The visit will take place between 10am and 4pm on Monday the 24th of November so if you are interested please make sure you are available to attend on this date. If you are interested in digital media, this is an opportunity for you to get creative and connect with a variety of professionals to learn how to develop your own media campaigns. You will also meet current Microsoft interns and find out how you can apply for internships and apprenticeships at Microsoft. 

This is an exciting opportunity so if you would like to join us on this trip please email us at inbox@younglambethcoop.co.uk telling us your:

1. Full name

2. Email address

3. Date of birth

4.Postcode

You must be a YLC member between the ages of 14 and 19 and this is strictly first come, first serve. Applications close on Thursday 20th of November. Good Luck!

Anyone over 21 who shares the YLC's aims and values

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