Students learn new and in demand skills in social media, get introduced to corporate CEO’s and business owners and build their own social media portfolio.
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) October 06, 2013
Flourish is a program for students or recent graduates of colleges and universities who want to use their creative skills to help interesting companies grow. It is unique in the way it trains participants in comprehensive social media marketing for free. In an attempt to combat youth unemployment, Flourish is looking to provide leadership opportunities and above average income for the youth.
Flourish carefully selects students and then provides them with advanced social media training. Participants are then parachuted into companies who need part time assistance in social media. It is a 4-5 month internship program that gets students invaluable experience in the business world.
"Students learn new and in demand skills in social media, get introduced to corporate CEO’s and business owners and build their own social media portfolio" One Million Acts of Innovation Co-founder, Taimour Zaman described. "Students learn the needs of various businesses and get closer to their dream job." The program even helps students who may be confused as to what they want to do for the rest of their lives.
This program is tested and successful, as it amplifies average marketing resources by providing students training on advanced social media skill set and gets them real world experience.
Follow Flourish on Twitter @1MillionActs.
For information on how to apply: info(at)onemillionactsofinnovation(dot)org
About One Million Acts of Innovation
One Million Acts of Innovation is the world’s first global (not-for-profit) innovation organization that speeds up acts of innovation. It does this through “Ideation, Access and Funding with existing innovation groups, academia, governments and businesses.” The goal of Flourish is to improve the National Employment Rate by introducing Canadian youth into companies to apply social media techniques that will increase revenue. The end hope is to both grow small and medium sized businesses and introduce students into the Canadian job market.