Welcome to my social media campaign for an internship at the International Olympic Committee
The #olympicjohal campaign started out as both an expression of love for the Olympics and an opportunity for me to broadcast my social media skills. It soon grew to become much more than this, it has evolved into a movement for self-purpose and the ultimate pursuit of life goals and passions. We are often constrained to do what we should do, instead of what we want to do, but never ask ourselves why. So break out of that rut, get to the gym in the morning and live life to its fullest! You only live once, so you had better do the things you’ve always wanted to do, or know that you gave it your all trying.
That is what #olympicjohal is all about.
Now that you know my motives, feel free to follow and engage with my social networks:
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The 2-week #OlympicJohal campaign has come to and end, click the link for the:
Final campaign REPORT
April 8th: My Dream Job: Olympic Internship Campaign
April 11th: The Future of the Olympic Games
April 18th: Social Media to Predict UEFA Champions League
April 21st: #OlympicJohal Campaign Recap
My video application:
1. Canadian Legend and Two Time Olympic Gold Medalist Catriona Le May Doan
@bearjohal. Good luck with internship!All the best!
— Catriona Le May Doan (@Catrionald) April 10, 2013
2. Canadian Icon and Olympic Triathlon Gold Medalist Simon Whitfield
@bearjohal hey hey man, best of luck at @iocmedia sounds like a great experience. #olympicjohal
— simon whitfield (@simonwhitfield) April 12, 2013
3. Canadian Sensation and Olympic Ski Cross Gold Medalist Ashleigh McIvor
Help our friend #OlympicJohal #DreamBig & land his dream job as intern for @iocmedia. What motivates him? bearjohal.com/olympics/ Pls RT
— Ashleigh McIvor (@ashleighmcivor) April 15, 2013
1. Retired NHL Star and Olympic Gold Medalist Theo Fleury