YOUTH DAY COMPETITIONS

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Tips for a Successful Video Proposal

Please download the tips and tricks PDF below for more info on how to create a successful video for our Youth Day competition

Message to Active Youth@worK Youth:

 

Good day Youth@worK Youth,

 

In celebration of Youth Month, we honour the contribution of the youth in the struggle for the liberation of South Africa.

 

Youth@worK is launching an exciting video competition!

 

This Youth Month We want you to:

  1. Showcase what amazing work you are doing / will be doing in celebration of youth month?

  2. Tell us how the YES programme assisted you in your own personal development.

  3. How has YES / the training and other platforms like Alison assisted you to change your career options?

  4. How has your good work impacted your community? 

  5. What is your vision for your future, and how do you plan to get where you want to be.?

  6. Do you have a clear message of hope and optimism for South African youth, also mention your funder, the value of the YES programme and a short message to other youth in youth month.? 

 

Send this information in a form of a video and stand a chance to win amazing prizes.

 

Make sure the video is no longer than 2 min and the deadline for submission is 30 June 2022.

 

You can send your video via WeTransfer to info@sayouthatwork.com or whatsapp it to 060 749 1927, label it your name and youth story.

 

Here are the top 5 tips on how to create a clear short video – pdf attached.

 

We urge South African youth to take initiative and make an impact this youth month:

  • Buy data and use your phone/laptop to offer one HP or Alison course to 3 people in your community

  • Read with some children and tell them stories

  • Watch the video on how to de-stress through activities

  • Even if it’s teaching someone something or volunteering at a youth center, or even actively participating in events and activities that might be happening in your area. There’s just so much that you can do than just sitting at home.

 

Don’t miss out, make sure you send through your video and stand a chance to win!

 

 

Message to Alumni:

 

Good day Youth@worK Alumni,

 

In celebration of Youth Month, we honour the contribution of the youth in the struggle for the liberation of South Africa.

 

Youth@worK is launching an exciting video competition!

 

This Youth Month We want you to:

  1. Showcase what amazing work you have done so far / will be doing in celebration of youth month?

  2. Tell us how the YES programme assisted you in your own personal development and what you are doing now that you have completed the programme.

  3. How has YES / the training and other platforms like Alison assisted you to change your career options?

  4. How has your good work impacted your community? 

  5. What is your vision for your future, and how do you plan to get where you want to be?

  6. Do you have a clear message of hope and optimism for South African youth, also mention your funder, the value of the YES programme has made in your life and a short message to other youth in youth month? 

 

Send this information in a form of a video and stand a chance to win exciting cash prizes.

 

Make sure the video is no longer than 2 min and the deadline is 30 June 2022.

 

You can send your video via WeTransfer You can send your video via WeTransfer to info@sayouthatwork.com or whatsapp it to 060 749 1927, label it your name and alumni story.

 

Here are the top 5 tips on how to create a clear short video (pdf attached).

 

We urge South African youth to take initiative and make an impact this youth month:

  • Buy data and use your phone/laptop to offer one HP or Alison course to 3 people in your community

  • Read with some children and tell them stories

  • Watch the video on how to de-stress through activities

  • Even if it’s teaching someone something or volunteering at a youth center, or even actively participating in events and activities that might be happening in your area. There’s just so much that you can do than just sitting at home.

 

Don’t miss out, make sure you send through your video and stand a chance to win!

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Upcoming Documentary Launch

Directed by Eh!woza’s Sam Flans with camera work by Alfa Fipaza and narrated by Pearl Thusi, ‘I’ve been trying’. 8 years without a job , launches on Thursday 16 June 2022 at 5pm – the film explores the various roadblocks young people face on their journey to employment, and highlights what solutions are needed.