Be Program Focuses on Creative Youth this fall

Be Program Focuses on Creative Youth this fall

Are you between 13 and 18? Interested in transforming your creative talents into a career? Then the Be YOUth program might be the perfect thing for you! 

 Thanks to funding from the Kitchener Waterloo Community Foundation, Neruda Productions is pleased to offer this series free of cost to all participants. In this unique program sessions will focus not only on job skills development, but also on personal growth and expression, and team and community building. Below is a sample of what participants can expect from the training and workshops sessions that will run from November 2012 to March 2013.

Training Sessions:
  • Language Skills & Communication
  • Customer Service, Marketing & Event Planning
  • Resume  / Cover Letter / Portfolio Review
  • New Media & Computer Skills
  • Personal Storytelling
  • Drama Coaching
  • Visual Arts
  • Cooking
BE YOUth participants will:
  • Practice the ancient art of personal expression with drama coaching, storytelling and visual arts
  • Learn how to appeal to the public, employers and peers confidently and courteously
  • Connect with distinguished members of the arts and culture community
  • Construct a persuasive resume, cover letter or portfolio
  • Develop life-long mentoring, leadership and team work skills
  • Improve language and communication skills, and self confidence
  • Increase awareness and valuing of diversity and inclusivity
  • Collaborate with other amazing youth to prepare feasts and produce and promote cultural events 
  • Earn community service hours, receive a reference letter and a certificate of completion

For more information and application details, contact Andrea here.


The BE YOUth Program 2012 is sponsored by 
The Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation

Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation