by Jolene Toves
Guam - The Guam Visitors Bureau has is looking for social media savvy island residents for their Social Media Ambassador Program in an effort to share different sides of Guam with the rest of the world. GVB public information officer Josh Tyquiengco said, "There is a story behind it its Guam's story and each week there's creative themes that will be given to ambassadors to accomplish that week and they will share that content with us and then we will be able to share that to the rest of the online and international community."
The program will begin on April 1 and end in June. As an incentive for doing the 10-week program volunteers will also receive a Pro camera and the social media content will be used on GVB's global social media channels. If you are interested in participating you can submit your application to visitguam.com/social media. Application deadline is March 24.
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