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Academy of Chocolate Awards - volunteers required
January 8, 2009
5:51 pm
Martin Christy
London, United Kingdom
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Dear Forum Members,

The 2009 Academy of Chocolate Awards are being judged very soon in London and the Academy is looking for computer-literate volunteers with some level of chocolate knowledge who can help out with electronic note taking during the judging.

The volunteers would be required to sit in on one of the judging tables and use a laptop to enter scores for each product as they are judged, and to record brief feedback on each of the products, as directed by the table’s head judge.

The judging takes place between 2-6pm in central London on 22 & 23 Jan 2009 for filled chocolates and 29 & 30 Jan for all bars. Volunteers would need to be available between 1-7pm to allow for preparation and the judging going over the allotted time.

Ideally volunteers would be available for every session, but this is not essential. One or more days would be acceptable. Volunteers who are selected to help will receive an invite to the gala Awards presentation night (date still to be announced).

If you are interested, please email awards2009@academyofchocolate.org.uk with your details and availability. Please include basic CV details – your age, computer skills and chocolate knowledge.

Martin Christy
Editor
http://www.seventypercent.com

Martin Christy Editor www.seventypercent.com