Last Chance to Sign Up for nPower’s Nationwide Work Experience Scheme

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nPower is running What’s Your Goal 2012, inspiring teens across the UK to kick-start their future careers and Digital Sports Group (DSG) is providing one of the members of the 11 strong ‘Dream Team’ of football experts.

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Among those joining Simon in providing expert advice will be football pundit, Robbie Savage, The Apprentice star & West Ham FC Vice-Chairman, Karren Brady and Sir John Majejski, owner of Reading FC.

nPower is running What’s Your Goal 2012, inspiring teens across the UK to kick-start their future careers and Digital Sports Group (DSG) is providing one of the members of the 11 strong ‘Dream Team’ of football experts.

The scheme was launched in January 2012 and is designed to inspire young people to explore the vast array of careers found in the world of football. Applications have been pouring in from throughout the country and there is now only a week left for youngsters to bag their place on this prestigious scheme.

DSG’s Managing Director, Simon Boynton, is one of 11 industry experts joining npower in offering the nation’s young people the chance to win the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to spend a day being mentored by the WYG ‘Dream Team’. Among those joining Simon in providing expert advice will be football pundit, Robbie Savage, The Apprentice star & West Ham FC Vice-Chairman, Karren Brady and Sir John Majejski, owner of Reading FC.

Simon explains further: “The winner of our section of the project will get to enjoy a tremendous day experiencing two of the key elements of DSG’s business. Firstly in the morning they will get to experience one of our high adrenalin driving experiences at Helford Park. They will be expertly piloted around the circuit in each of a Cater ham, Ferrari and Lamborghini before writing a blog describing their experience that will be posted on trackdays.co.uk. They will then be driven down to Wembley to take their place in the press box for the nPower Football League Championship Play-off Final – ‘the world’s richest game’. They will provide pre and post interviews and a live text commentary on the game itself, all of which will be published on football.co.uk.

Young people in Years 7 to 11 can enter the competition to win this true ‘money can’t buy’ experience via http://www.npower.com/fl/whats-your-goal/Mentor/index.htm , but they need to be quick as entries close on Friday March 2nd.

Digital Sports Group Ltd (DSG) established in 2009 is now the largest independent sports news broadcaster of online content with over 10 million unique users. Each of its carefully tailored websites caters for the different individual needs of users.
Within each sport users can access a plethora of products and services including news, blogs, forums, tweeting through to the organising of fixtures, posting results, purchasing discounted equipment, video streaming and social networking.
Specialising in the needs of the fan on the football terrace at football.co.uk to the county cricket player at cricket.co.uk to the petrol head enthusiast on motorsport.co.uk; this is what’s important to DSG

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