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DREAM HAVEN: A Student-Led Future Project Production

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DREAM HAVEN: A Student-Led Future Project Production

Time: June 4, 2016 from 2:30pm to 5pm
Location: New Haven Academy
Street: 804 State Street
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://www.thefutureproject.o…
Event Type: youth, family, community
Organized By: Sarah Tankoos
Latest Activity: Jun 3, 2016

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Greetings!

It is with great pleasure that we invite you to DREAM HAVEN, The Future Project's very special student-led event to celebrate a year of high school students turning their passions and dreams into projects that create positive change in their schools and communities!


Some of the passion-driven projects that students have been building this year in partnership with school leaders, staff, and community members include: 

+ The first-ever graduation at Riverside Academy

+ “Black Wall Street” at Career High School

+ Citywide Youth Dance Competition -- in collaboration with International Arts & Ideas Festival & Citywide Youth Coalition New Haven Green on June 12th

+ Documentary about the history of High School in the Community

+ Two Sneaker Conventions in New Haven at Wilbur Cross, netting over $4,000 in profit.

On Saturday, June 4th at 2:30PM, come out and support students as they share how they've learned and grown in the process of putting their dreams into action, and become part of their vision for the future!

There will also be...
+ super fun photo booth!
+ awesome student performances!
+ name that dreamer game!
+ delicious snacks!

We hope you can join us + please share with your friends!

DREAM HAVEN DETAILS

SATURDAY, JUNE 4

New Haven Academy, 804 State Street, 2:30-5PM

2:40PM - Community Welcome / Opening Ceremonies

2:45PM - Hall of Teams & Dreams: Interactive Student-Led Presentations

3:30PM - The Big Show: Student-Led Storytelling & Performances

The Future Project is a national nonprofit organization inspiring high school students to live lives of passion, purpose, power and possibility. Based in 7 cities and partnered with over 50 schools across the country, The Future Project supports students in discovering their passions and dreams, and building projects that turn those passions and dreams into action. The creativity and leadership of the students themselves transform their schools and communities into more vibrant and innovative places to learn and grow.

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