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This week, the Tigers Trust are supporting National Apprenticeship Week to celebrate the achievements of apprentices and the positive impact they make to the Hull and East Yorkshire community.  
Ryan Day started his Junior Content Producer role at the Tigers Trust in October 2022, and has since created a range of content that highlights and shines a light on the positive work of the Trust.  
Speaking about his time at the Trust so far, Ryan said: "The environment at the Trust is a very welcoming one, I have felt included from the moment I started through both work activities and out of work activities such as the January Blues Campaign staff football match that I participated in and it’s nice to be part of a great team! 
As part of the EFL Week of Action, Ryan got the chance to cover different events, such as a visit to the Hull City Training Ground which he declares as his favourite moment at the Trust so far.  
He said: "This was definitely my favourite moment as I got to see behind the scenes areas that I wouldn’t of been able to see if I wasn’t within my role." 
Despite only being in the role just four months, Ryan admits that he has developed a lot so far and has learnt a lot of valuable skills.  
He said: "I'm learning a lot of vital skills as well as gaining experience whilst carrying out my work.  
"I had previously never used Adobe Premier Pro and Canva before this role, and now I feel happy and confident using these programmes to produce quality content." 
Speaking about Ryan's start at the Trust, the Trust's Marketing and Communications Lead Olly Burdett said: "Ryan has made a great start to life at the Trust so far.  
"He's taken on responsibility for a lot of the content that we produce and publish across our various platforms." 
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