SeriesFest is bringing the award-winning Young Storytellers Script To Stage program to Denver. This is a free program for Denver-area elementary schools focused on encouraging the unique and individual voices of fifth-grade students in the Metro Area. Young Storytellers engages creativity through the art of storytelling. Using the timeless techniques of mentoring, collaboration, and performance, we provide public school students with an opportunity to write stories and see them brought to life.
Applications are currently closed. More details on the next cycle coming soon!
The program is open to Title 1 elementary schools in the Scientic Cultural Facilities District. To apply to become a Young Storytellers school please email SeriesFest's Director of Education Neil Truglio: firstname.lastname@example.org
Make no mistake, when you volunteer you’re nothing less than a hero. We have several opportunities to volunteer with Young Storytellers, including:
Script to Stage Mentorships:
- The Script to Stage program meets once a week for ten weeks, typically for an hour during unstructured school lunch time. Led by a volunteer Head Mentor, each session is a mixture of creative game play and one-on-one writing time.
Big Shows are a one-off, three hour commitment involving the performance of scripts written by Script to Stage participants.
What really matters is that you’re interested. Let us know and we’ll figure out where we can best plug you in. Welcome to the wonderful world of Young Storytellers!
Volunteering as a Workplace or Group
Volunteering as an office, college club or group with Young Storytellers is fun and easy! All you need to get started is ten excited team members. We will then provide or train a Head Mentor, work with you to ready your mentors, and connect you with a school in the community in which you operate.
To get involved, please email SeriesFest's Director of Education Neil Truglio: email@example.com
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