Youngbloods on the hunt for fresh talent across Australia; Applications close Friday, 17 March

| | No Comments
Youngbloods on the hunt for fresh talent across Australia; Applications close Friday, 17 March

For anyone thinking about stretching their skills outside of their 9-5 or looking for a way to make more industry friends, Youngbloods is for them. Multiple roles are up for grabs in the Queensland, Victoria, and New South Wales Youngbloods committees.


Youngbloods is the cool younger sibling of the ACA and is run by young professionals working across the advertising, marketing, and communications fields. From supporting AWARD school initiatives, to hosting skill building workshops and networking events, they exist to empower fellow young talent to reach new heights in their career.

Each state operates unique programs and events developed by their committees including the Lessons in Hindsight podcast in NSW, QLD’s Creative Crash Course workshops and the VIC team’s popular content series AWARD to Awards.

Though the state committees are volunteer-led and a lot of fun, it runs a tight ship and offers its members a chance to actively grow real and relevant skills, and build strong industry connections.

Elle Whittaker, QLD co-chair, expressed her excitement for the prospective new members as Youngbloods continues to flourish in the industry: “There are some amazing initiatives planned this year and I cannot wait to see them come to life. The growth I’ve seen over the last 12 months has been really incredible across all states; there’s never really been a better time to join the team.”

There are multiple roles available in Queensland, Victoria, and New South Wales for all you talented kids:


  1.  Designers
  2.  Content Creators

Apply for Queensland roles here:


  1. Copywriters
  2. Producer/Account managers
  3. A creative content creator with a knack for TikTok

Apply for Victoria roles here:

New South Wales

  1. Producers
  2. Social Media Leads
  3. Content Creators

Apply for New South Wales roles here:

Claudia Sarosiek, VIC co-chair, has offered her advice for potential applicants: “As a Youngblood, you’ll meet extremely talented people, learn skills you wouldn’t elsewhere, and play a role in hosting amazing events and initiatives during the year. You’ll have a say in new topics, speakers, locations, formats, partnerships, and pretty much everything else. If you’re passionate about shaping the future of this industry, this is the role for you.”

Applications close Friday, 17 March, so dust off that old CV and join the (self-proclaimed) coolest group in the industry.

If you don’t see a role that’s quite right, or you’re in another state but want to get involved with Youngbloods in other ways, please drop us a note at