In the fall of 2019 we partnered with the Championship Project. We provided a program uniquely designed for high school students to introduce them to the world of multimedia and photography. Our introductory 5-week program, taught by industry professional, teaches students the fundamentals of photography and videography. Each student learned the basics of photography during the first 2-weeks of the program, which included an introduction to the use and parts of a DSLR camera. The following 2-weeks focused on teaching the students the basics of video production, which included shooting video footage, editing video and producing a 30–60 second video commercial.
The last week of the S.T.O.M.P. Program was dedicated to every student working on producing his or her individual portfolios. Each portfolio included a simple video commercial, portrait and landscape photography.
Please consider donating now to continue these types of partnerships.
The Championship Project, founded by Danielle Pilgrim is an Atlanta-based initiative created to assist high schoolers in underserved urban cities reach their highest potential.
At The Championship Project, we believe that all students, regardless of their background or circumstance should have access to career opportunities. Yet, for underserved students, access alone is not enough! Students require an additional level of support to navigate the complexities of higher education and life.
To provide career exposure, useful resources, mentorship and positive support to students on their journey to success after high school.
Earning a college degree, investing in a trade, becoming an entrepreneur, or into the military as a source of hope for a better future.
Championship Project Program Offers