Work Experience Programme
As part of a global rollout of content, a digital online resource hub was created to offer customers a central location to find, read, download and engage with all existing and new content.
Work Experience Programme – Social Media
Working as part of a the communications team at Porirua City Council, you will have the opportunity to work on a range of projects where your input and fresh ideas will be highly valued; including managing day to day running of social media enquiries, engaging with the local community and creating your own social media campaign.
Age 15+, 3 x enthusiastic, confident young people from Porirua, they must have a genuine interest in social media, digital, marketing and communications, willing to share their ideas and collaborate with the local council. Behind the scenes photographs will be taken and shared across social channels. Social media channels: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.
Porirua City Council Goal
Work together with the youth of Porirua, gain an understanding of how we can effectively collaborate on social media, creating an active and engaged community.
the students pitched to the team, showing the outline of a video about recycling with the key messages of
Plastics 1 and 2 only – look for the number
The different types of glass
They intend the video to be 1-2 minutes long and it will involve staff sorting recycling into the correct bins or rubbish bag. They are going to get some of the younger staff from the Arena to make it more appealing to younger people to watch.
Daily Videos and posts
The students created a daily video introducing themselves to the online community.