Hireland is still pushing forward! While it has only been in motion for a couple of weeks, we have just released our newest video. If you haven’t seen it, check it out!
We would like to thank all the people who helped make the video as it highlights the major aspects of Hireland; organization, inspiration, stimulation, and fun!
We would especially like to thank Sara Faulkner, the editor from Windmill Lane who gave us her free time and made the video look amazing. Richard Kendrick was our professional cameraman who we could not have done without. Lastly, Gary Moore, the producer of Red Rage Productions who supplied us with the equipment we
Now the question remains, what is next for Hireland? Well, Hireland really has no limit. We have already garnered support from outside the group. Recently we have been mentioned on Social Media Ireland’s Facebook page and as said previously, Stanley Rapp from the United States, a well regarded marketing expert, has been interested in starting another division of Hireland in the United States.
With the support that we have from countries such as England, Germany, the Netherlands, and Sri Lanka, there is no doubt that the international support can also spark movements for change there as well. While Ireland is Hireland’s main focus, the inspiration that Hireland can create is able to work anywhere. There is no doubt that Hireland will remain an amazing case study that countries like Spain (with an unemployment rate of 20.6%) and South Africa (with an unemployment rate of 25.3%) can look at to start their own chapters.
If our American students return home and continue to work with Hireland, possibly even creating a chapter there, the possibilities of Hireland’s concept becoming a worldwide movement for the willing being worked by those who care about their fellow countrymen will pervade. Though it starts small, projects like Hireland roll like a snowball. People abroad, do not become discouraged. Hireland is a program which will get people employed and governments back on the ball.