The HK Foundations Center of Maplewood & South Orange, “The Center”, is accepting applications for the Summer 2010 program. The summer program consists of various media modules developed to encourage our youth to express their unique youth voices.
Founder and President, Tom Kerns and Director Stephanie Jelley have overseen the development of each module to help ensure our youth have the opportunity to explore their creativity while building a sense of belonging in the community in which they reside. Fostering skills that are essential to success in the 21st century, each student will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of programming from iWorks to Final Cut Pro while working on both individual projects as well as creating projects that will have a lasting impact upon our community.
Programming is free to students grades 7-12 who reside in Maplewood or South Orange. For a full list of workshops and further information, please visit www.mwsohkfc.org or contact email@example.com.
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Programs run from 9-11 Monday through Friday and from 3-5 Monday through Thursday. Please be sure to indicate your time preference on the application form.
The Center is conveniently located at The Map Building, 515 Valley Street, Suite 130, Maplewood.
The event, thanks to the generosity of our supporters, was a great success which helps ensure future programming to the youth of Maplewood & South Orange.
A special thank you to The Snakes who donated their talent and to Publican, John Meade of The St. James’ Gate Publick House who so graciously welcomed each of our guests with first round on the house.
For more information on The Snakes, visit www.thesnakesband.com
Please join us as we prepare to launch our pilot program for Summer 2010 where students from Maplewood/South Orange will be welcome to explore their creativity and unique youth voice by participating in a variety of media projects and productions.
All programming is open to those students, grades 7-12, who reside in Maplewood and South Orange.
The HK Foundations Center of Mapelwood & South Orange brings programing to our community’s youth, grades 7-12, free of charge. It is our hope to continue to provide programing gratis, programing that will help ensure our youth find belonging and unity within our community.
Your gift today will help us provide the life-changing programs and guidance that make our foundation successful. Working together, we can reach the next generation of youth who will transform themselves making our community stronger.
If you would like to contribute to The HK Community Fund, please click on the link below. An acknowledgment email confirming the amount of your contribution will be generated for your records.
The HK Community Fund of Maplewood & South Orange is a 501(c)(3) charitable fund. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law and are used to help ensure future programming. Your contribution has a direct impact on our youths and their families. Please donate now http://www.hkcommunityfund.org/donate .
The HK Foundations Center of Maplewood & South Orange invites you to join founder, Tom Kerns, in celebration of this summer’s pilot programming at “The Center”, Wednesday, June 23rd 8:00 pm at The St. James’ Gate Publick House.
The Center, a branch of the HK Community Fund of Maplewood & South Orange, a 501(C)(3) not-for-profit, focuses on providing programing that fosters creativity through media arts and written expression while promoting a sense of community among our youth. more »