Hear Me 101 is a series of hands-on workshops that develops writing, technical, communication and media literacy skills in youth. Hear Me 101 is a year-long program based in schools, piloted in 2011-2012. Students create short documentaries from concept to final cut.
The goal is to guide students to professionally express their thoughts and opinions on their communities and their education and to bring valuable youth voices to education and community decision makers. The in and out of school workshops focus on topics from Media Literacy to Video Production and Project Screenings.
Hear Me 101 is programmed by a group of professional organizations dedicated to producing and promoting youth voice to inspire social change: View their site for more info.