Volunteer presenters wanted for online community channel

Date published: 05 October 2019

The Centre of Wellbeing, Training and Culture is looking for volunteer presenters and correspondents for its new online community channel.

Launched last month, the charity organisation’s community channel has been designed to reach a diverse audience whilst engaging with access and support services to improve wellbeing and establish better cultural understanding.

Volunteer presenters are required who can speak English, Urdu, Bengali and Arabic languages to promote local issues, training health awareness, jobs, community engagement, and arts, culture and heritage.


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You will work closely with the CEO, Mohammed Sarwar, and producers to create a show to be delivered to local viewers.

For more information and how to become involved, please contact Mr Sarwar on:

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