The 2019 Wine Communicators of Australia (WCA) wine media cadetship, aimed at aspiring journalists with an ambition for specialising in the wine sector, is now open for applications.
Available to South Australian residents, the cadetship aims to foster emerging talent and promote excellence in Australian wine communication. It is geared toward empowering young people who aspire to move into the field of wine journalism and communication. The program enriches the pool of wine media personnel and creates proud ambassadors to advance the positive promotion of Australia wine on an international stage.
Open to residents of South Australia, the WCA Wine Media Cadetship is made possible through the Adelaide a Great Wine Capital of the World initiative funded by Primary Industries and Regions South Australia (PIRSA), the South Australian Wine Industry Association, South Australian Tourism Commission and Brand South Australia.
In 2019, the South Australian WCA wine media cadet program will be awarded to a single recipient and will provide them with the opportunity to work with leading wine and media professionals. The program will take place between July and December 2019.
Applications are open to professionals with an interest in wine media aged between 25-40 years of age that reside in South Australia and have a current passport.
Dr. Lieke van der Hulst was awarded WCA Wine Media Cadet in 2018. Read her blogs HERE
Applications for the 2019 WCA Wine Media Cadetship are open until Friday 17th May 2019!