Everybody craves for “some storytelling” nowadays. This week we’re excited to welcome Michael Seguin to the team as our Summer In-House Storyteller powered by the Canada Summer Jobs program!
Michael will work alongside the WEtech Alliance team and regional partners to promote and connect its innovators, entrepreneurs and tech talent with the goal of strengthening our region’s identity on the world’s technology map.
WEtech Alliance would like to thank Windsor-West MP, Brian Masse, for his assistance and support of the Canada Summer Jobs program.
“Through the Canada Summer Jobs Program, I want to help organizations such as WEtech Alliance hire youth and create valuable summer job opportunities that strengthen our local economy and our community. As leaders, you know how important a summer job is to help develop the skills and experience needed to start a career and join the workforce. By participating in CSJ you are helping the young people of our area gain the necessary skills and the confidence needed for a bright future”, stated Masse.
The Canada Summer Jobs program provides opportunities for youth to develop and improve their skills within the not-for-profit, small-business and public sectors and supports the delivery of key community services. This year, over 80,000 young people will receive employment though the program.
Michael Seguin was born with a pen in his hands and too many words floating around his skull. Since then, he’s worked tirelessly to get them out. Unfortunately, more keep taking their place. After university, he began dabbling in marketing and journalism. At the age of 26, he became the first in-house writer at Windsor Life Magazine, an esteemed local publication. As the newest member of the WEtech Alliance team, Michael is dedicated to lending a voice to the tech sector around Windsor and Chatham-Kent.