Smarties meets every other Friday and is a group that provides individual support to folks who need help navigating college applications, applying for financial aide, looking for scholarships, help with writing college essays, and much more. Smarties is also the place where you can get help with updating your resume and searching for jobs!
Please RSVP to Chrystian in order to schedule a time with Ebony, the awesome Smarties Educator.
At this years The New York Collective of Radical Educators (NYCoRE) Conference, G.A.P. youth will facilitate a workshop called "Breaking It Down to Break Free: Oppression and Liberation" on systems of oppression and how they affect our daily lives. The conference is on March 15th and the workshop is at 11am - come out and support!
Global Action Project is excited to launch our Artist Showcase! G.A.P.'s Artist Showcase is an event where youth (GAP and beyond) get the opportunity to connect with award winning filmmakers and artists. For the FIRST Showcase of the year; G.A.P. is excited to invite Prashant Bhargava to share clips from his visually stunning and multi-faceted character driven films such as "Patang" and "Sangam".
Global Action Project is at a pivotal moment in our history! We're saying “goodbye” to our beloved longtime executive director, Meghan McDermott. And we're welcoming our two new co-directors, Teresa Basilio and Jesse Ehrensaft-Hawley. Come celebrate with us on November 20 in New York City.
Global Action Project (G.A.P.), an award-winning youth media arts organization based in New York City, seeks an experienced and enthusiastic part-time media educator with experience in web design and/or programming to co-facilitate our Media History Timeline program.