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    Join Digital Docents Elisa & Ben as they talk with local community members and leaders about their work and to learn more about E4 Youth's programs.

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    What Once Was (WOW) is a location-based mixed reality storytelling engine that explores the impacts of gentrification.

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Programs

What Once Was

Location-based Mixed Reality storytelling platform that facilitates in person and remote tours of cities along with digital skill building curriculum and support services for K – 8 schools and service providers.

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Creative Leadership Academy (18+)

College-aged youth build community as they receive ongoing training and employment opportunities working directly with E4 Youth and our partners.

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‘Get Creative’ Enrichment Clubs (9 – 12)

Weekly in- or after-school program where our CLA Creative Mentors work with high school students to develop portfolios showcasing their creative and employability skills.

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Creative Pathways Podcast

Creative Pathways: Jalesha Bass, E4 Youth Digital Docent and Co-Founder of Shift Press

Jalesha is a Co-Founder of a non-profit publication called Shift Press as well as its sister organization Institute Of Engagement. […]

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Creative Pathways: Anthony Abernathy, Sr. Brand Marketing Director at Nike

Anthony Abernathy, a Senior Brand Marketing Director at Nikebasketball! An experienced marketer who lives by the mantra “Negate negativity and […]

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  • We believe that creative youth, particularly those from underserved communities are a drastically underutilized resource. We work with partners to invest cultural capital into these communities and deliver collective impact.

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