Do you like to hike in New Hampshire in the Summer? What about enjoy our plethora of gorgeous beaches? Do you like to kayak, stand up paddleboard, bike and stay active in our fine state. Well, quit doing it for FREE like some kind of chump. There is a company that is willing to pay you $1,000 to take nature pics and go on adventures right here in the Granite State.

A company that sells cell phone plans called WhistleOut is paying someone $1,000 to go on adventures in their own state. According to their site, they are looking to hire a Chief Adventure Officer aka CAO (how's that for a title?!) to explore the outdoors and take nature pics of their awesome state. They will be provided with a new phone to take these dazzling photos!

Professional photography skills are not required for this position!  As long as you can snap a picture on a smartphone, you fit the criteria! If you are outdoorsy and super adventurous at heart, that's the type of person they are looking for. If you would rather be scaling a 4,000 footer than binge watching a reality show on Netlix, you should probably apply!

Applications are open now until May 21st, 2021, at 8:00 pm EST

If selected, not only will you receive $1,000 of cash money!! You will get to choose any smartphone worth up $1,000 and up to $500 reimbursement for travel expenses.

Interested? Fill out the form on the bottom of the page and good luck!

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