Think Before You Shoot Student Outreach Internship Program

Think Before You Shoot Student Outreach Internship Program. 

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We are currently seeking three high school students to join the Think Before You Shoot Student Outreach Internship Program. The students selected will have the opportunity to receive a semester long hands on instructional course from creator, screenwriter and independent filmmaker Anthony J. Sturdivant. These students will receive one on one lessons as they work side by side on how they can also use their creativity to construct change in their communities. Together they will compose innovating ideas, creative writings, and entertaining visuals that will leave a positive impact on their peers.

To be considered for the internship program students will propose a summary (1 paragraph) of an issue that they feel needs to be addressed in their community. They will create an idea, story, PSA, or graphic novel (1 paragraph), that will work on solving that issue. Ideas can be submitted via email and winners will be announced at the upcoming Think Before You Shoot event.

Qualifications: Must be currently enrolled in high school

Email: TB4YSinternship@gmail.com

Deadline: August 29, 2014

Website: www.TB4YS.com

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About TB4YS

I am a screenwriter and producer from the west side of Chicago, Illinois who is ultimately looking to make a change through films. I recently started a short film mini series that will focus on promoting positivity around the world while asking for individuals to think before they shoot. I've always been someone who wanted to speak positivity into the world, but most importantly the youth. I want to get as many messages out as possible; these perpetrators electing to shoot with intentions on harming another are affecting the society as a whole.
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