My BCM 325 DA – Part 3: Learning to EVOLVE

Taylor Sumelj

If you haven’t already, read myDigital Artefact Pitch,Part 1 of my Digital Artefact and Part 2 of my Digital Artefact.

Although this week’s blog instalment was meant to solely focus on the value of internships in developing practical, transferable skills, there’s been a slight change of plans. A few weeks back, I was presented with an opportunity to apply for an event production and management course through Shellharbour City Council called the Evolve Program. Essentially, Shellharbour City Council, in conjunction with the NSW Government, offers several grants to young people within the Illawarra to help fund their own creative event: “The Evolve Program is a development opportunity for young people living and working in the Illawarra passionate about producing creative events in their local community. Young people will be supported through a program of mentorship, training and practical experience, enabling participants to acquire new skills…

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