The BBC is on the look-out for 18- to-24 year young to be part of its ‘Generation 2015’ project.
“Generation 2015” is a cohort of 200 young people, drawn from across UK communities, who will be invited to contribute to BBC output in the run-up to the General Election.
Those selected to take part could find themselves quizzing party leaders or speaking about their lives to Newsbeat, Newsnight, the Jeremy Vine Show or the Asian Network.
the BBC aspire for this group to be a broad and representative cohort of UK 18- to 24 year olds, drawn from all UK communities and cultures.
Applicants do not need to be steeped in politics or have decided how they will vote.
They DO need to have a bit of spark and to have something to say for themselves.
The deadline for applicants is quite tight – Completed application forms need to be returned by midnight on Monday 2nd Feb.
More info and application forms are online at: www.bbc.co.uk/generation2015
The production team can be contacted on twitter @BBCGen2015, or via producer Dave Howard : firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE ON ELIGIBILITY: 18-24 means anyone who will be 18 or over, but not yet 25, on the date of the General Election, May 7th 2015.