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At first glance, grilling might seem simple: Cooking food over fire? Humans have been doing that for ages. But as anyone who has ever eaten extremely dry grilled chicken or an overcooked steak knows, it also takes some skill. If that’s not a skill you currently have, you may be interested in a summer job that’ll pay you $10,000 to learn how to grill. Here’s what to know.

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What the job entails

Normally, Reynolds looks for a grill master to test products and recipes over the summer months. But this year, they’re going in a different direction, and seeking a novice who has had their share of grilling disasters.

Specifically, Reynolds is looking for someone passionate and determined to improve their grill skills, and is willing to share their funniest and most memorable #GrillFail with the company. The person selected will:

  • Participate in a one-on-one virtual grilling lesson with Steven Raichlen, “America’s Master Griller,” and author of more than 30 books
  • Document their journey to becoming a grill master through a blog post for ReynoldsBrands.com
  • Allow Reynolds to share their grilling endeavor on ReynoldsBrands.com and in social posts to be shared on Reynolds Brands’ social channels

In addition to the grilling lesson, the successful candidate will receive:

  • A $10,000 stipend to equip them with grilling tools
  • Plenty of Reynolds Wrap

How to apply

To apply, people age 18 and above who are residents of the United States should submit the following:

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  • A photo of your biggest #GrillFail or your most “grill-timidated” pose
  • The story behind your grill fail and why you deserve the coveted title of Reynolds Wrap® Rookie Griller (limited to 250 words)

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Be sure to include your age, city, and state along with the above, and email the materials to RookieGriller@ReynoldsGrill.com. Applications must be received by 11:59 pm EST on June 18, 2021. For more information, read the rules, terms, and conditions here.

 

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