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Go4it!’s mission is to promote entrepreneurship among urban youth and young adults through business and investment education, training, and project-based initiatives.  Go4it! accomplishes its mission through an inter-agency collaboration of youth-serving community-based organizations.

Go4it! Success Institute presents...
Voice through Visuals
A live workshop presented by professional filmmakers for teens & young adults who want to tell stories through film.
 

Saturday, April 29, 2023
10:00 am - 3pm CST


Nō Studios

1037 W. McKinley Avenue
Milwaukee, WI


Registration coming soon!

Society’s view of reality is shaped through stories and narratives. The most enduring narratives are ones that are strategically conceived, creatively constructed and artfully presented. It follows that filmmaking is a most powerful form of communication of ideas and documentation of events. The evolution of technology has enabled anyone to become “an influencer” of ideas, a purveyor of narratives, or a curator of stories. Content creation these days is as easy

as it is lucrative.


This Go4it! Success Institute which focuses on Visual Content Creation will be led by an all-star filmmaking team in their first

instructional collaboration.


The Go4it! Voice through Visuals workshop will provide teenage and young adult participants opportunities to learn how to use the tools at their disposal to tell the stories that are important to them, thus creating and controlling narratives that shape and influence society.

All Star Instruction Team in their First Joint Collaboration:

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Cary Grant Jr.

Film / TV Producer

Napa, California

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Tony Drazan

Filmmaker and Director

New York City, New York

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Matthew Mixon

Media Consultant and former CBS Producer

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Registration is free for Collective Impact Community Based Organizations, includingRunning Rebels, Journey House, Operation Dream, Neighborhood House, Milwaukee Public Schools and One Hundred Black Men of Madison.

This program is supported in part by:

The Boule Foundation

  1. Orient participants to “the economic way of thinking.”

  2. Educate and expose participants to entrepreneurial principles, concepts, resources, and people.

  3. Provide investment education to participants as a prerequisite and complement to entrepreneurship.

  4. Offer training for specific entrepreneurial endeavors.

  5. Initiate and support entrepreneurial enterprises.

  6. Facilitate access to capital, technical assistance, and other resources for Go4it! enterprises.

  7. Create an organized network of urban entrepreneurs.

OBJECTIVES

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