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Go Green in the City 2019 with Schneider Electric

Bring your green ideas to life!#WhatsYourBoldIdea

Schneider Electric is leading the Digital Transformation in Energy Management and Automation.

“We are always on the lookout for bold ideas that can shape the future of our industries and our company. The Go Green in the City challenge is now entering its 9th year running and our 2019 edition is going to be even bigger, better and bolder! We are looking for students like you from around the world who are willing to put their skills and ideas to the test.”

Solve one of our four real-life case challenges within energy management or submit your bold idea for efficient energy management in a city environment. The winning team will win the chance to work with Schneider Electric, and an all-inclusive international trip to two cities of their choice (where Schneider Electric has offices).

The competition does hold some participant criteria. Find out more about how to get involved here - https://gogreeninthecity.se.com/en/challenges/gogreeninthecity?lang=en

Deadline: Thursday 25th April 2019

British Guild of Agricultural Journalists & John Deere Ltd Training Award: Journalism Course

June 30th – July 2nd 2019
PLUS 3 DAYS’ WORK EXPERIENCE

Learn the basics of agricultural/ horticultural journalism and get the chance to win the John Deere Trophy plus £250!

A unique training scheme organised by the British Guild of Agricultural Journalists and sponsored by John Deere Limited. This two-part course is aimed primarily at graduating students, recent graduates or existing journalists with less than 12 months experience, resident in the UK, who are interested in a career in agricultural or horticultural journalism.
Two days of lectures at John Deere’s headquarters at Langar, near Nottingham (with two nights’ accommodation provided), will be followed by three days’ practical work experience with a specialist magazine, newspaper or public relations agency.
At the end of the course, each student must write a news story for the journal of their choice. A special judging panel will award a £250 cheque and the handsome John Deere trophy to the winner.
The course is completely free of charge, although successful applicants will be expected to cover their own out-of-pocket expenses.
For more details or an application form, visit Here.
Or alternatively contact:
Steve Mitchell, ASM Public Relations,
Office 14, Brewsters Corner,
Pendicke Street, Southam CV47 1PN
Tel: 01926 818762 Mob: 07717 213182
Email: steve@asmpr.co.uk

Deadline: Friday 29th March 2019

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