Call out for skilled Social media people to train climate campaigners

April 10, 2011 2:00 pm

Glenn from Bindarri is running a skills workshop: “Getting the most out of Facebook, Twitter and Blogging”, Room 217, this Sunday 2PM at in Melbourne.

I would like to get a number of skilled SM’ers to come along so we can work in smaller groups on participents specific projects. Please let me know if you can come and help the climate campaigners. Email me using the contact form


Junior/Mid-weight Graphic Designer position available

Make Believe is a boutique communications consultancy that works with clients such as The Greens, Amnesty, ACF, GetUp, the Global Poverty Project, and many more. They come to us for top-level advice, strategy, connections and creative input, as well as delivery on key elements of their campaigns – from email copywriting to print ads or video production.

We are seeking a talented visual thinker and doer to join our team – providing expert, hands-on digital and print design, creative thinking and some project management, all under the direction of our Creative Director. Continue reading “Junior/Mid-weight Graphic Designer position available”

Shout Out for Climate Change People’s Choice Award – now open for voting!

The Shout Out for Climate Change People’s Choice Award is now open. See Australian students get passionate about climate change and vote for your favourite entry! The entry with the most votes by Tuesday 9 November 2010 will win the People’s Choice Award. What are you waiting for? Settle in and start watching!

Heywire 2010 is open for your entries

Heywire is a space and a competition where regional & rural young people create and share their stories, ideas and opinions. The Heywire competition calls for stories about you and the community where you live. Anyone can upload stories to this website, but you have to be aged between 16 and 22, and live outside Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide or Perth, to be eligible to win the Heywire Competition. Entries close 8 October. For more info visit the Heywire wesbite or email