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Impacto del programa

  • La organización ha atendido a más de 200 estudiantes de todos los programas desde su creación en 2017.
    El 100% de los estudiantes obtienen conocimientos y habilidades valiosos para respaldar la educación superior y las oportunidades profesionales en la industria cinematográfica.
    Los programas JRH mejoran la colaboración y el compromiso comunitario para resolver importantes problemas sociales en las comunidades locales y más allá.
    El 70% de los estudiantes de JRH asisten a la universidad, el 50% de esos estudiantes estudian Cine y Medios;
    Los documentales cinematográficos se han visto cientos de veces en toda la comunidad local y en múltiples plataformas de transmisión ​​

Program Goals

Create short documentaries around local issues to start community conversations

Create opportunities for young adults, who are the next generation, to have a voice and a platform to be heard

Encourage examination of all sides of a social issue to understand all perspectives with the goal of finding common ground.

Replicate program in other cities.

Teach the art of filmmaking from conception to finish (acting, performing, script writing and content, cinematography, editing, TV film media, producing, social media advertising) using a hands-on approach.

Provide a safe, non-judgmental environment for youth to socialize and connect.

Experience apprenticeship opportunities and build relationships with staff, peers and mentors.

Provide a public forum for finished work and build self esteem through public recognition.

Create opportunities to support a diversified workforce that is representative of

our people and our communities.

Overall Impact

Create common ground and bridge gaps through conversation. Foster forgiveness and conflict resolution.

Increased community engagement through attendance at film showings.

Improved understanding of major issues facing the community demonstrated through attendee participation in discussion and feedback.

Increased communication and collaboration between youth, police and community leaders. Youth demonstrate increased knowledge of the filmmaking arts and educational and job opportunities.

Increased self-awareness and self-expression.

Youth have access to a safe place to socialize.

Decreased delinquent behavior using the arts to divert at risk youth from the juvenile justice system.

Youth exhibit increased community involvement, teamwork and collaboration skills.

Workplace Opportunities and Professional Development

Youth who participate in Generation Change documentaries are invited to participate in the Let’s Film Program.

Youth participating in the Lets Film Program are given actual paid work experience by participating in the filming of Generation Change film documentaries.

All program participants are invited to take part in the filming of outside projects

(i.e. commissioned work) which provides additional hands-on work opportunities.

The JRH Summer Expert Education Series was created to enhance the Let's Film Program giving students the opportunity to hear and ask questions from various industry professionals. This series has been instrumental in providing a virtual platform for continued growth and learning during Covid-19.

Preparación laboral en el sector cinematográfico y empresarial. Industria de los medios

Descubra por qué aprender cine/medios es beneficioso para los estudiantes con nuestra presentación adjunta a continuación...

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