Can a video produced by kids actually make a difference?

Throughout the 10-week STE(A)M program, re:imagine/COMMUNITY,  high school students become the problem solvers and production crew for a social issue in their community. Students are paired with a non-profit client to research and tackle issues such as food access, bullying, sex trafficking, homelessness and mental wellness. 

Key elements of the program include design thinking, hands-on video production, storytelling, social emotional learning, and community outreach.
As we expand this program throughout metro- Atlanta, re:imagine/ATL is currently recruiting corporate and local business sponsors to help “adopt” a high school for this opportunity. Past sponsors have included Comcast, Piedmont Healthcare, Arbys Foundation, 11 Alive, FOCUS Brands.

Please contact Program Director, Julie Foster-Straw if you are interested in more information.