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This morning, the Today Show is celebrating 10-Years of Lisa Wilkinson and the host made one big announcement that we really didn’t see coming.
Lisa began her career working for the magazine Dolly, becoming the youngest ever editor of the magazine.
She went on to become Editor-In-Chief of Cleo magazine before moving into the world of television.
After a two-year stint working on Weekend Sunrise, she jumped ship to co-host the Today Show with Karl Stefanovic.
This morning the show took us through her journey over the last 10 years on TODAY and it left her fellow co-hosts in tears.
Lisa then went on to make a big announcement she had been hinting at all morning.
The host revealed that she is giving people the chance to work on The Today Show... imagine learning everything from the queen of presenting.
All you need to do is send a cover letter and CV, and Lisa will go through them.
The description the TODAY website states:
"We are delighted to be giving back to some members of the community by providing an opportunity to those who are keen to pursue a career in media journalism and to see what it is like behind the scenes at TODAY. As part of the experience, you will have the opportunity to spend some time one-on-one with Lisa Wilkinson and shadow some of our hard-working staff to observe first-hand what goes into producing TODAY.
"The ideal applicant will be someone who is studying a degree in communications, media or an equivalent tertiary education, or be looking to transition into a career in media. To further improve your application, it would be beneficial to be able to demonstrate an interest in pursuing a career in journalism or the media industry.
The work experience program will be a structured week-long program which is anticipated to take place between August 2017 to April 2018. If you are interested in this rare opportunity, please send your CV and a cover letter to LISA@Nine.com.au telling us a little bit more about your aspirations."
Get all the details here!
Lisa, you are one of a kind.