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Video Killed the Resume Star: uShip’s ‘Help on Wheels’ Now Taking YouTube Video Submissions from Job Applicants

Most summer jobs stink. Sit behind a desk. Stand behind a grill. Serve annoying tourists at some cheesy chain restaurant. Well, enough is enough. It’s time for those seeking summer adventure to grab a Flip camera, upload their one-minute “video resume” to YouTube, and prepare to hit the open road as a “Help on Wheels” Ambassador.

This summer, two Ambassadors will be hired to drive cross-country in the Help on Wheels 40-foot, RV-style, bio diesel-powered cargo vehicle. The mission of this 3-month U.S. summer tour is to travel from city to city making free local deliveries for charities, foundations and non-profits. When not lending a helping hand, Ambassadors will take the vehicle to popular festivals and sporting events, all the while documenting the trip through social media tools, like YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and the Help on Wheels blog.

Interested applicants should submit one-minute YouTube video describing why they are perfect for the job. Job seekers are encouraged to include information on their back (i.e. resume). Apply and find out more about Help on Wheels :

Read the Press Release on PitchEngine