WOW Air is an Icelandic low-cost carrier. The airline is headquartered in Reykjavík and based at Keflavík International Airport. They fly to over 30 destinations in Europe, the USA, Canada and Israel.
WOW are currently running a competition to be a travel guide. Those chosen will need to move to Iceland, with a friend of their choice, for 10 weeks during the summer of 2018 and then visit numerous WOW air destinations. All expenses are paid, including accommodation in Iceland – they also mention that you are paid, but that doesn’t appear in the terms and conditions:
What will WOW Travel Guides get?
Weeks of travel with flights, hotels, activities and travel allowance all paid for by WOW air. Travel Guides will also gain social media exposure and hopefully some priceless memories.
Accommodation in Iceland: Travel Guides will stay at a furnished apartment in downtown Reykjavík, while in Iceland.
Hotels: WOW air will be taking care of choosing, booking and paying for Travel Guide hotels or other overnight accommodations when they are travelling on behalf of WOW air in connection with the Travel Guide project.
Flights: Flights will be provided by WOW air from and to WOW air’s destinations of the summer of 2018. If the Travel Guide’s domicile isn’t in one of WOW air’s destination cities the then Travel Guide is responsible for all travel expenses for the journey to the nearest WOW air’s destination.
Travel allowance: Payments made in accordance with regulations of Iceland.
Travel Guides will take 8 trips to random WOW air destinations from Iceland. Each trip will last for 2-4 days. Travel Guides will also take at least 4 domestic trips in Iceland. All trips will be taken over the course of 10 weeks during the summer of 2018.
To apply, you will need to create and upload a short video travel guide (max 2 min) of your hometown. The WOW site explains the process:
They also have a video:
It looks like anyone worldwide can enter, although the winners must fund their own trip to the nearest WOW destination, plus speak good English.
If you have ten weeks to spare this summer then this seems like a great way to spend the time.