Do you think you have what it take to become a YouTube education "guru”? Here is an opportunity for you.
Youtube announced last week that they are looking for ten educational “gurus”, with knowledge to accommodate the growing numbers of students seeking lessons online.
The globally famous Google-owned video-sharing venue teamed with Internet education innovator Khan Academy to find, train and promote 10 “super-talented and engaging content creators”. YouTube says they have realized the growing demand for educational video and have to meet the needs.
At this stage, YouTube has 900 educational channels, and the demand have increased with 50% in the past year. 80% for those were from outside the US.
People interested in being one of the 10 “YouTube Next EDU Gurus” can obtain details online at youtube.com/yt/creators and must apply by the end o
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f 1 October in California. You can only apply if you are from Canada, Britain, Ireland, Australia, or the United States.
If the panel chooses you, you will be brought to YouTube headquarters in California for training and get upgrading production gear. Go on, apply!