#HerDigitalVisions after school program builds girls’ capacity to be tech-savvy changemakers who use the web for their own means. The next round of the #HerDigitalVisions is starting February 9th, 2016.
Are you ready to be a digital leader? Self-identified girls between the ages 12 to 15 can join this free after school program that will involve 10-12 hands-on workshops and build the media literacy and digital skills needed to create, advocate and communicate online.
From February to mid-June, participants will learn how to make videos and memes, tap into critical thinking skills, and make space for girls online in a collaborative, open environment. Plus, participants will co-create and then co-facilitate a workshop on media literacy and digital citizenship, bringing their work to their peers and showing off new leadership skills.
The program will be held in central Vancouver every other Tuesday from 4:00-6:00pm and during one Saturday afternoon a month from 1:00-4:00pm. The locations are all transit-friendly and include The HiVE, the Hub, Vancouver Public Library Inspiration Lab, and SFU Woodwards.
What do participants get out of the program?
- Connection – Join a team of girls to talk, create and learn together
- Skill Building – Learn + sharpen key digital and media skills
- Mentorship – Work with and learn from folks doing exciting work in creative and media fields
- Paid Experience – Participants will receive $100 or more as honorarium for taking part in workshop design and delivery to peers
- Recognition – Be heard and valued for your point of view
- Creative Expression – Make art and tell stories that reflect who you are and what you believe in
- Critical Thinking – Take a closer look at the world around you
- Leadership Experience – Work on the skills you need to present, lead and advocate
- Career Preparation – Have life, learning and community services experiences that could go toward grad requirements, course credits and enhance your resume.
Her Digital Visions supports girls in becoming digital citizens and leaders in communities—online and off. What is digital citizenship? Well, we’re going to explore what it means to be part of a community online. How do we listen and how do we get heard? How do you advocate for yourself and others? How do you create and express yourself? Let’s get creative, get critical, and find out.
The program starts February 9th, 2016, so don’t wait! For more information about the program or getting involved, email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 250-539-5904.
Applications are now closed, Thank you.
For more information and application details contact:
ryland [at] accesstomedia [dot] org