As parkrun continues to grow around the world, we are committed to breaking down barriers to participation in regular physical activity and bringing communities together.
Communication plays a vital part in what we do, and we are looking to expand our range of non-English language content. To help us do so, we have created the voluntary role of Translation Ambassador.
Translation Ambassadors will assist with the translation of parkrun internal documents, public-facing articles and news stories, video content, social media posts and ad hoc requests.
This voluntary role will ideally suit those people with experience working as a translator, and an understanding and passion for parkrun.
We are currently looking to recruit volunteer Translation Ambassadors who can translate English content into the following languages:
How to apply
If you are interested in becoming a Translation Ambassador in Dutch, find out more and apply using the following links:
If you are interested in becoming a Translation Ambassador in Japanese, find out more and apply using the following links:
The deadline for applications is 19 December 2022.
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