Good-bye Interns!

As the summer has progressed, the intern issue campaigns have moved from learning the files, developing the key messaging, and now, to developing the actual creative content. Several advertisement ideas have been developed and storyboarded out, along with dozens of infographics to inform Albertans on these important political and economic issues.

 

As the summer has progressed, the intern issue campaigns have moved from learning the files, developing the key messaging, and now, to developing the actual creative content. Several advertisement ideas have been developed and storyboarded out, along with dozens of infographics to inform Albertans on these important political and economic issues.

Our speakers series has also continued to be a highlight of the program, with interns hearing from Laureen Harper, journalist Sheila Gunn Reid, radio host Danielle Smith, and former opposition leader Preston Manning. The opportunity to hear from these speakers unscripted and in an informal setting has been rewarding for this group of future conservative leaders. Despite being in the early stages, our issue advocacy campaigns have already attracted some attention.

We’re pleased to be featured in the latest issue of The Hitch magazine, which is a publication of the Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors, where we discuss our plans to advocate for the oil industry in parts of Canada that don’t necessarily think about it as much as Calgarians day-to-day.

Our interns have all finished their training in essential campaign management, and are qualified to play big roles on local campaigns in the coming elections. They are also very close to receiving their

“NationBuilder Expert” certifications which is a database program frequently used on political campaigns across the world.


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