Wide Angle Youth Media

2019 Week 6: Community Arts Programs

SEHEJ PARMAR | BALTIMORE YOUTH ARTS If there is one thing I have struggled with this week at my internship, it is maintaining a balance – a balance between empathy and authority. I would have to say that if I were to take one of those personality tests, the results…
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2019 Week 5: Community Arts Programs

JEVON CAMPBELL | DENT EDUCATION This week was pretty cool. I feel like I am getting a much better handle on how to do the paperwork for the food and the timesheets for our YouthWorks students. I still like my coworkers and I feel like I am getting to know…
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2019 Featured Blogs

SARAH KIM | IMPACT HUB – Week 6 Sometimes, working at Impact Hub feels like I’m interning at a dozen businesses. There is the Impact Hub Baltimore team, but most of the members there are leading completely different startups and businesses that I’m really just starting to become familiar with….
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2019 Week 4: Community Arts Programs

NIKKI GARCIA | LIBERTY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL This past week was a short one. I only came in for a full, scheduled, day of work on Monday and Tuesday at Liberty Elementary. The YouthWorkers started on Monday, July 1st. It was a busy and confusing morning because our roster didn’t exactly…
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Week 3: Community Arts Programs

ZAKIYA CARTER| 901 ARTS Considering that I will be working at a nonprofit in Better Waverly (AKA best Waverly) Whig serves youth pursuing Art and Music this I run into several great and inspiring people. I could talk about the people at Fusion Partnership who manage the finances of the…
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2019 Week 2: Community Arts Programs

EMMA ELIAS | WIDE ANGLE YOUTH MEDIA This week, I felt lonely. Maybe we can call it “independent” to put a more positive light on it? Every day this past week there were usually only about four people, including me, in the normally crazy busy office. I listened to music,…
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2019 Week 1: Community Arts Programs

SEHEJ PARMAR | BALTIMORE YOUTH ARTS “We can do better than prison.” If you get off the JHMI at the Southbound Peabody stop and walk a little down towards Mercy Hospital until you hit West Mulberry Street, turn right, pass two street lights and walk to the end of the…
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2019 Orientation: Community Arts Programs

SEHEJ PARMAR | BALTIMORE YOUTH ARTS I’ll admit that when we were first provided with dates of all the CIIP events, I had to read through twice to confirm orientation was a full week from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. every day. I mean that was like a full week…
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2018 Week 5: Arts

TOBY HARRIS | OPEN WORKS Following the first official week of programming for the Teen Makers, my time at Open Works certainly felt different: busier, more challenging and fuller all at the same time. I’ve gotten used to people inquiring what exactly I’ve been doing for the past 4 weeks,…
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2018 Week 4: Arts

TOBY HARRIS | OPEN WORKS Browsing through Facebook last Sunday night, an article the Baltimore Sun posted catches my eye: “Baltimore’s Open Works launches commercial fabrication shop; aims for a manufacturing program renaissance.” It was cool to see the city’s paper take an interest in Open Works, read the quotes…
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