Youth Profit - Canada's Network for Youth Employment
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Youth Profit - Canada's Network for Youth Employment



Introduction: Youth Profit

Introduction: Youth Profit



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  • Good set up for us telling our story; evokes nostalgia for times past; Also informs the view that Youth Profit is telling this story; <br />
  • Gives credibility by having a world class media outlet label the problem; Sets it in a global context; Key word transforming and radical and LOST
  • Explains more what has and is happening and why;
  • Makes clear that the transformation is more than just digital – the need for new skills (besides digital) is implied.
  • Gives context to the transformation and explains what ages have preceded this one (Conceptual Age);
  • First suggestion that working together is a way through this transformation and new age reality;
  • It’s people working in networks that will find new solutions to this problem and sets up Youth Profit purpose as a means to facilitate network communities (of practice);
  • Virtual space instead of “space” is my preference for the ending slide. This slide identifies our primary target audience and our call to action and our unique differentiation from any other initiative in or outsde the sector

Youth Profit - Canada's Network for Youth Employment Youth Profit - Canada's Network for Youth Employment Presentation Transcript

  • It used to be that if young people tried hard enough, they could find work and build a life.
  • The economy started transforming rapidly and radically. Globalization, IT and robotics replaced many occupations. Jobs were lost. …but then things changed.
  • A steady stream of jobs were replaced by
  • And outsourcing
  • It’s a new era for learning and working
  • Our Youth, Educators Governments, Service Agencies and Private Sector must increase their efforts to collaborate. It’s time to work together
  • It’s time to build a youth employment network Let’s connect those silos!
  • Youth Profit provides the virtual space for youth training professionals and stakeholders to share their knowledge, collaborate and co-create initiatives that address youth unemployment. Join us for Insights, Connections and Tools to transform youth unemployment. Natasha Cassinath Brent MacKinnon David Pell