Jazmin appeared on Adelaide’s Channel 31 program called ‘The Noticeboard’, shown on Wednesday nights at 7pm. The interview was a 7 minute segment filmed live and Jazmin excelled under pressure.
Jazmin not only informed Adelaide viewers that JDRF is aiming for $1 Million from Jelly Baby Month sales this month, but also where to buy them from and reminded all that ‘Jelly Babies save lives’. Jazmin is looking forward to her next media moment, including getting some media and public speaking training from the ‘Speakers Studio’ in Adelaide along with other keen JDRF Ambassadors.
Jazmin isn’t the only potential TV star in South Australia as Thomas Hayes has been offered work experience with Channel 9, and Emma Russell has work experience with Channel 7.
Four Youth Ambassadors attended the Adelaide Spin to Cure Diabetes. Thomas Hayes, one of the Youth Ambassadors who attended, was able to stand up in front of the large crowd, getting the microphone from Andrew Montessi (Channel 9 News Reporter) and did such a great job that Andrew has now offered Tom work experience with Channel 9.
Emma Russell, who also attended the Spin to Cure Diabetes, has now also got work experience with Channel 7.
Well done to these Youth Ambassadors spreading the words about type 1 diabetes in the community.
If you would like to attend the public speaking training in Adelaide you can contact Carmen Bishop on (08) 8338 3677.