Documentary History Project for Youth
Posted by Scribe on February 21, 2016
The Documentary History Project for Youth is an after-school, weekend and summertime production workshop for middle and high school students. Up to 12 young people explore an aspect of the political, social or cultural history of Philadelphia by creating short video documentaries, audio works or websites.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE:
Youth enrolled in grades 8 – 12. No prior video making experience is necessary.
Interested applicants must be willing to commit to 5 hours of work per week during the school year and up to 10 hours per week in the summer. Participants are paid an honorarium for their participation.
For More Information: (215) 222-4201 or email@example.com.
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