By: Izzy Odegard, Jessica Tremblay, Daniel Foley, and Chase Renner
Introduce Through Social Media
What better way to catch teens and young adults then through social media! Create accounts on instgram, twitter, Facebook, snapchat etc. We are constantly on our devices so they can't miss it!
POST! POST! POST!
By constantly posting images, videos, adds, contests, events, etc we can catch the publics eye and hope to get interest from the community. By having visuals and hand on activities we aim that young teens and adults will show interest!
In/Out of the WORKPLACE
By working with Agriculture in the classroom, we can share/create accounts so that people in/out of the workplace can constantly post images, videos, etc for all to see. By showing what people do in the agriculture industry, young teens and adults might show interest and ask questions and join the work force!
Put To Use
Teenagers and young adults are wrapped up in social media. Social media is a tool in their social life, workplace/school, and a source in everyday life. If we want agriculture to be noticed we need to put it out there, start getting people interacted with it with hands on activities, etc.
Why This Will Work
Why You Should Pick Us
We are a hard working team that gets things done. We know what we need to do and can do it. We have great ideas that have great potential with the right resources and a $500 budget.
Make signs and hang them around agriculture in the classroom and other agricultural companies. Send out emails to fellow companies. Local paper adds. Hit up Z99 Radio Station.
We would use the $500 dollars to create advertisments,websites, we could create a camp/day of agriculture to get teens involved (Like a youth day). Create videos and send them out to organizations.
Hopefully this write up has given you an idea about young adults. Being one myself, i know that when i see ads or things on social media that look cool or that i like i dig into it, i get interested and i hope my peers do to!