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Thursday December 10, 2009
Canadian Youth in Climate Change

Canadian youth may wonder “What can I do?”, “How can I make a change?”, “Does my voice really matter to get a message out?”. Youth can certainly make a difference, get organized and work – on a global level – to bring forth solutions to the hot topics. For example, have a look at this…

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Tuesday July 7, 2009
The Nature of a Teen

The Globe and Mail ran an article – “Misunderstood (for reals)” where the author, Sarah Boesveld, interviewed University of Cambridge veterinary anatomist David Bainbridge about the nature of teens. Dr. Bainbridge has written a book on the subject – “Teenagers: A Natural History” The following is an excerpt from that interview: This book is meant…

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Thursday July 2, 2009
Generation Y = Mini-Adults?

Is it right to expect teens to be mini-adults? Despite the fact that they have the means and opportunity to partake in international travel, study and work – it does not necessarily mean they are mini-adults. Today’s teens still has financial and emotional dependence on their parents. Perhaps, more so than any other teen generation.…

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Wednesday May 13, 2009
Retaining Youth

You’ve got the most connected generation interested in your organization. How to you retain their interest and dedication? Generation Y need to be included. Ensure your communications reach out to your volunteers, youth employees and youth audience. Catch them. Keep them. Communicatioins to Generation Y should be friendly, informative, informal, creative and motivational. Tweets, e-newsletters,…

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Saturday May 9, 2009
Influencers of Generation Y
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Are you interested in engaging youth? Visit my website: www.michelledagnino.com for resources and seminar information on how to connect with youth.


As a social entrepreneur, author, speaker and consultant, Michelle works with individuals and organizations across the country and internationally to educate, inspire change and create educational and outreach programs that support the community.


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