Welcome to VOiCE
 
Welcome to VOiCE
Creativity brings discovery from within
 
Creativity brings discovery from within
Have fun while learning how to find a career you love
 
Have fun while learning how to find a career you love
From music production to digital photography, and more
 
From music production to digital photography, and more
Teaching students about creative jobs
 
Teaching students about creative jobs
Everyone has their own VOiCE
 
Everyone has their own VOiCE
Let yours shine
 
Let yours shine
Show the world your gifts
 
Show the world your gifts
Having a blast
 
Having a blast
Teaching the art of expression
 
Teaching the art of expression

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VOiCE. The place where art and technology collide. VOiCE is a multi-media youth center concept designed to give young people real-world, work-based learning opportunities in journalism, creative writing, song-writing, composing, graphic design, communications and publishing.

VOiCE Treasure Hunters open the world of high tech art through activities in digital photography, videography, sound engineering, journalism and publishing. Then they lead, guide and mentor students as they improve their grades, develop a plan to use their talents in the right STEAM courses, majors and careers.

VOiCE is a multi-media center designed to encourage youth self-expression and empowerment. Students explore the world of high-tech creative fields. Without VOiCE, they wouldn’t have otherwise had the resources or access to study these cool careers so closely.

If it weren’t for programs like VOiCE, too many students wouldn’t have the opportunity to explore their creativity or understand how careers in technology directly relate to that creativity. Research shows that only 10% of multi-media professionals are people of diverse backgrounds, VOiCE focuses on giving all students the opportunity to tell the story of their story and that of their community in powerful ways.

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