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Cohort 5 August 2013 by REV, MMI, GWN & Global Kids: Hive Youth Council

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  • 1. How can we facilitate engagement around Popcorn across the Hive Network with youth and by youth?  
  • 2. Paper Popcorn!
  • 3. PopSquad + Hive Youth Council! Calling all Superhero Storytellers Madcap Media Makers Trickster Techies and Audacious Artists! Create collaboratively using Mozilla Popcorn Maker! What do you see as the future of PopSquad?
  • 4. Young Rewired State NYC Thursday, August 15, 13
  • 5. YOUNG REWIRED STATE NYC A two-day design challenge where teens will: • Level up their coding skills • Work with professional programmers and open government data • Build digital prototypes to solve real NYC problems June 29 and 30 10:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. th th Museum of the Moving Image 36-01 35 Avenue, Astoria Open to teens 18 and under. Some basic coding skills are required. This program is completely free. For more information, or to sign up, go to bit.ly/yrsnyc. #YRSNYC Young Rewired State NYC is supported by the Hive Digital Media Learning Fund in The New York Community Trust Thursday, August 15, 13 YOUNG REWIRED STATE NYC A weekend-long learning event hosted by Young Rewired State (YRS), Museum of the Moving Image and Mozilla Hive NYC JUNE 29–30, 2013, 10:00 A.M.–7:00 P.M. Museum of the Moving Image 36-01 35 Avenue, Astoria, NY 11106 Young Rewired State NYC will bring 50 New York City-based teens and tweens together with programmers, creatives, developers and other mentors for a design challenge to solve real-world problems for the City of New York. Youth will build working digital products and prototypes featuring at least one dataset available through New York City’s NYC Open Data initiative. The project will introduce youth with an interest in coding, design and civic engagement to professionals in the local creative and technology sectors, helping teens cultivate the computational literacy skills necessary for college and career readiness.
  • 6. Thursday, August 15, 13
  • 7. Thursday, August 15, 13
  • 8. Thursday, August 15, 13
  • 9. Thursday, August 15, 13
  • 10. Thursday, August 15, 13
  • 11. Thursday, August 15, 13
  • 12. G I R L S   W R I T E   N O W :   T H E   D I G I T A L   M E D I A   M E N T O R S H I P   P R O G R A M  
  • 13. M E N T O R I N G   T H E   N E X T   G E N E R A T I O N   O F   W O M E N   W R I T E R S     … A N D   D I G I T A L   M E D I A   P R O F E S S I O N A L S ?  
  • 14. •  Creatively incorporate the GWN flagship writing program with the digital media program. •  Improve both writing and technological skill. •  Ignite passion for digital storytelling •  Uncover model for digital media mentorship that can be duplicated •  Empower the next generation of women writer and multimedia enthusiasts W H A T   W E   H O P E   T O   C H A N G E / D I S C O V E R  
  • 15. •  Mentors in the Pilot wanted more writing in the program •  Some Mentors struggled to learn InDesign in three workshops •  Product of wasn’t contingent on quality of writing. U N F O R S E E E N   C H A L L E N G E S  
  • 16. H O W   T H I S   H A S   I N F L U E N C E D   O U T   W O R K   H O W   T H I S   H A S   I N F L U E N C E D   O U T   W O R K  
  • 17. H O W   T H I S   H A S   I N F L U E N C E D   O U T   W O R K  
  • 18. •   What  is  your  organizaIonal  standpoint  on  interacIons  over  the   internet  between  youth  parIcipants  and  volunteers/staff?   Q   &   A  
  • 19. Hive Youth Council Global Kids
  • 20. Learn and discover with the project Engage youth to learn about opportunities available through HIVE Leadership opportunities to plan and produce events Create opportunities for youth collaboration across HIVE organizations Have a youth voice to inform HIVE programs
  • 21. Activities Emoti-Con 2013 Learn Digital Tools Produce media Hive is... video Design Challenge: “That Could Be Your Sister”
  • 22. Emoti-Con Plan the event Produce the event Run the event Facilitate activities
  • 23. Learning Digital Tools Learn Mozilla Pop Corn Create popcorn video to promote explain EmotiCon: http://popcorn.webmadecontent.org/v8l One billion rising campaign: http://tmblr.co/Zpk9cxe8fnK3
  • 24. Summer 2013 Create HIVE is... video Plan and produce design challenge “That Could Be Your Sister”
  • 25. HIVE is ... video
  • 26. “That Could Be Your Sister”
  • 27. Lessons learned Retention after Emoti-Con Define projects and deadlines clearly from start HIVE orgs understand the benefit of youth council Create a communication between youth and HIVE management
  • 28. How the project informs work going forward GK creates opportunities for leadership roles Collaboration between HIVE organizations Different youth voices and perspectives Share skills obtained by youth at different organizations