January 9th – April 10th, 2023
1:30-3:30 on Zoom
In Module 1 participants will explore the cultural importance of Moʻolelo and the power of storytelling as a branding practice. By the end of the module participants will be able to synthesize their stories using simple design tools and principals to create cohesive and compelling brand messages.
In this Module participants will put their new found Digital Creator skills into practice by developing more complex content that will include simple animation for short form video. By the end of the module participants will have also designed and built their professional digital portfolio which will serve as the waihona for all of the waiwai content they have created.
In the final Module participants will be introduced to front-end web development languages and tools as a preview to possible next steps as Digital Creators. Particpants will also spend time preparing for their Hōʻike presentations and exploring future growth and career opportunities with our career counselor.
High School Students and young adults based in Hawaiʻi, across the pae ʻāina
Must attend one 2-hr meetings per week, for 11 weeks
Baseline technology literacy— minimum competencies:
Access to a computer (mandatory), smartphone (recommended)
Available to be hired in the next 4-6 months in a relevant role (digital marketing intern, etc).