Refrigerator Door

The Refrigerator Door is an area to provide postings for local organizations that might be of interest to our parents and students. If your organization would like to share something on this page, please send the request through the Office of the Superintendent for approval by emailing Debby Bliven.

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U Hart

 

APPLY TO UHART'S FREE DIGITAL STORYTELLING 
AND MEDIA LITERACY SUMMER DAY PROGRAM
FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

 JULY 8-19 FROM 9 A.M. TO 1 P.M.

 

APPLY BY THE JUNE 1 DEADLINE!

Dear Connecticut High School Student,

UHart's School of Communication invites you to apply for admission to a free, two-week summer day program, Be the Changeto learn about digital storytelling and media literacy. Sponsored by Impact Teen Drivers and the University of Hartford, the program is being held at the University from July 8–19, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., in the School of Communication’s classrooms and production studios. 

 

APPLY BY THE JUNE 1 DEADLINE!

You will take part in hands-on workshops in video production and hear from guest speakers, including successful media professionals and our partners at Impact Teen Drivers and FOX61. You'll also create your own live TV show in the studio and short videos about issues that are important to you. 

Participants will learn:

  • The basics of video production in a TV studio and on location
  • Creative digital storytelling
  • The role of media in a democracy
  • The creation of TV and video news, and public service announcements 
  • Media activism, and the importance of media literacy

On the last day, there will be a public showing of student work and presentation of certificates of completion for participants. 

How to Apply

There is a competitive selection process for students based on academic achievement, extracurricular activities, and an essay where applicants are asked to discuss issues that are important to them based on their experiences, and how they could make use of media to call attention to these issues to improve people’s lives. 

This is a great opportunity for you to explore your interest in digital media and communication. Attendance is valued at $2,000 per student, but is free of charge for participants, due to the generous donation of Impact Teen Drivers and thanks to the continued support of NJM Insurance Group.

A link to the application form and more information about the program is available here.

If you have any questions, email me at jbanks@hartford.edu or call 860.768.5277. Space is limited, so apply today!

Sincerely,

Jack Banks, PhD

Associate Professor and School of Communication Director

University of Hartford

jbanks@hartford.edu

860.768.5277

Karate Flyer

 

 

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 Karate Lessons 2023 Document

 

 

 

 

 

 

Karate Lessons 2023 Document
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