RSVP Now! Join us this Thursday as E4 Youth is proud to recognize our Corporate and Community Award Winners along with our amazing students. Corporate Community Advocate Amin Simms – South By Southwest Community Partners Donell Creech – Movement 50 Dr. Kevin Thomas, Adam Williams & Monique Walton – Black Media Council Administrator of the Year Daniel Garcia […]
E4 Youth was featured during South By Southwest 2014 for its part in organizing the Youth Media Project (YMP). 34 students completed six weeks of intensive workshops to earn SXSW Gold Badges. Students launched a YMP web site featuring their coverage of the festival through blogs, video and social media streams.
[youtube height=”HEIGHT” width=”WIDTH”]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAJYk1jOhzk[/youtube] Monty is cool.
[youtube height=”800″ width=”550″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xc7Hou3_ch8[/youtube] E4 Youth College Mentors venture out into the community to support teachers working with diverse and creative youth. They serve as role models and help build rapport between teachers, students and professional volunteers.
The Dallas, TX based Marcus Graham Project’s first PSA Video Campaign: #AdLife Awaits just launched. According to their web site: the PSA campaign will roll out across the country in local and national markets via broadcast, social media, online and VOD via Hulu. The campaign coincides with MGP’s recruiting efforts for its training program, the ICR8 […]
E4 Youth Founder, Carl Settles Jr., appeared on the Inclusion: Beyond Diversity panel at the 3% Conference in San Francisco, CA on October 16, 2013. The panel was moderated by Tiffany Edwards – Foundation & Inclusion Manager (The ADVERTISING Club of New York), and also featured Shanteka Sigers – SVP/ECD (Sanders\Wingo), Sallie Mars – SVP […]
E4 Wins Social Innovators Pitch Competition AUSTIN, TX (September 26, 2013) – At the inaugural Social Good Summit in Austin this past week, the first ever grant from the Social Innovators Fund was awarded to E4 Youth, an organization that helps cultivate and prepare young people for careers in creative services. The Social Good Summit […]
I recently chatted with some teenagers about a controversial ad that was aimed at their demographic. It was created by rapper Tyler The Creator for Mountain Dew. The students had some interesting things to say.