‘Success Stories’ was an idea that began locally and is then expanded to be inclusive across Canada in a customized way and ultimately became a sort of “national expression” of the Youth Internship programs’ scope, reach, and success delivering. — Dan Trepanier
A National Expression
- Stakeholders have consistent, compelling material to highlight existing participant and mentor success and enhance their motivation for new or continued participation in the program.
- A promotional tool (with a regional, national or department-specific perspective) is distributed at special events, prospective mentor packages, and existing mentor resource kits.
- The national “scale and social impact” of the Federal Governments’ investment in youth, local communities and the public service are highlighted. From a storytelling perspective, this supports the program renewal (funding)’ process.
- Mentors, interns, YMCAs, the Federal Government have a platform to ‘tell the story’ related to program and participant outcomes (making a difference).
- Stories get ‘picked-up’ by Government and Industry Publications’ and are distributed nationally across Canada.
- Stories are shared virally through various social media platforms such as Facebook, YouTube, WordPress, Blogger etc.
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TOPIC: Curated Participant Success Stories With Impact – CASE STUDY [CA-NA]
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