TAKE ON FARMING'S
TOUGHEST TASKS
TO WIN £10,000

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Why enter?

Be the best: Have you spent your formative years flying below the radar? Well this is your chance to shine. Think superman.
 
Be your own boss: Confident in your ideas and stubborn enough to see them through? Winning could easily lead to your own business.

Career prospects: At bootcamp you will be mentored by top farm business leaders, helping you to walk away full of confidence, ideas and a unique CV, even without the £10,000.

Fame: All the action from bootcamp will be captured as part of 6-part series of films that will be broadcast at the end of 2014. The more people that see you and know what you’re capable of, the more opportunities that will come your way. Simple.

Fortune: Ok, not strictly fortune, but if you’re the type of resourceful candidate we’re looking for then £10,000 could be the start of something big.

How to enter

STEP 1: If you’re aged between 18-25 on 20 July 2014, register your interest online with our registration form. Easy.

STEP 2: Put the bootcamp dates in your diary. You need to be available from 20-26 July 2014.

STEP 3: Get your camera out and tell us in 60 seconds why you’re awesome. Don’t be shy and remember to smile.

STEP 4: Upload it to Youtube by 30 May and send us a link to your video. Job done.

STEP 5: Wait to hear if you’re one of the lucky 10 picked for bootcamp.

How to get involved

Spread the word.

We’re looking for talent from across the UK and from all walks of life so make sure you spread the word amongst friends, colleagues and family members.

To keep up to date with the latest entries and news about this year’s competition go to our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter to get updates and tweet with the hashtag #farmapprentice.

Meet last year’s winner

There is no way that going off to work in the City is a better choice of career than agriculture.

 

22 year old George Brown won the 2012 Farmers Apprentice competition walking away with £10,000 to kick-start his career in farming. Read his story.

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