Tuesday, december 3rd

Pro Kids | The First Tee of San Diego has made incredible strides over the course of 25 years, which causes us – and certainly supporters like you – to ask the question, What’s next? The answer is to push the envelope  – or go for the green if you will. No laying up on the way to impacting Pro Kids’ futures!

          

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This #GivingTuesday is our shot. We’re focusing on funding three programmatic initiatives that excite our kids, expose them to new experiences, and emphasize values at the heart of our program including the value of leadership, commitment, teamwork, discipline, confidence, project management and more. Below are the details of the three programs that our students have asked for. 

Podcast Seminar & CreationStudents will work together to create a series of ten podcast episodes that highlight community members, impact stories, and Pro Kids. 20 students will be organized in teams of two and be trained and prepared to record interviews, to be edited down to a five-minute podcast episode, using the latest methodology.

Graphic Novel Program – Over the span of six weeks, students will collaboratively produce a comic book anthology based on original stories of their own creation. This course will directly utilize a custom-built framework and feature one-on-one critique, in-person guided discussions, specialized workshops, and more. Students will walk away with at least two copies each of printed zine featuring their final comic creation.

Video Production ProjectA project-based learning environment with a focus on the fundamentals of digital storytelling and video production. A typical 12-week session includes 20-60 hours of on-site instruction and a community screening to showcase students creativity and final product.

$10,000 makes these dreams a reality in 2020

Funding will cover the cost of instruction, equipment, and supplies.

 

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