New Found Network Employs Youth to Create Nonprofit Campaigns

By: Bianca Bartz - Published: Mar 8, 2012 • References: newfoundnetwork
New Found Network is a social enterprise that employs youth to develop creative content that supports educational and nonprofit campaigns. NFN's focus is on supporting youth through digital literacy and employment, which arms them with skills and confidence that will benefit them when they pursue their careers.

"Creative Factory, our in-house content production facility, recruits youth teams to ‘real’ projects to work directly with ‘real’ clients for a hands on learning and employment experience," the website explains.

Essentially, New Found Network connects budding talent with social purpose organizations that need help at a cost-effective rate. This offers the youth new skills, a richer portfolio and experience working on real life campaigns, and it gives the client unique content at a price lower than the industry standard along with the knowledge they are furthering youth literacy.

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