3-5, Middle school, High school
Creative Writing, Storytelling, Visual Arts
The one-week program, including 90 minutes of instruction on days one and two for three participating classrooms, and three film days (one for each participating class lasting approximately 6 hours each day) is $3,500.
September thru June for in-school programs; winter and spring break for community programs (i.e. public library groups); and summers and after school for extended programs.
Character development and anti-bullying student-produced public service announcements (PSAs) based on their own experiences.
The DON’T WAIT Project® (DWP), founded by Lisa Bradshaw in 2011, is a 501c3 non-profit organization committed to raising community awareness about how positive life choices can impact the health and welfare of individuals, organizations and communities. Since partnering with filmmaker, educator and UnMake a Bully creator Mike Feurstein in 2012, DON’T WAIT to UnMake a Bully has worked with more than 5,000 K-12 students at schools throughout the country. Students write, direct, produce and star in anti-bullying PSAs based on their own experience. They use a professional quality film camera and other equipment while learning valuable teamwork and industry skills throughout production.
– Anti bullying and character education. Model movie set
and job instruction.
90 MINUTES – Students brainstorm and discuss real-life bullying scenarios while writing their PSA script.
ONE SCHOOL DAY – Students film the PSA, fulfilling their chosen jobs, like director, actor, sound and slate.
The DON’T WAIT Project®
630 Valley Mall Parkway #213
East Wenatchee, WA 98802