A digital film school initiative being led and delivered by Spotlight Multimedia in partnership with Bower Park Academy, CEME, Havering Mind, NatWest and The London Borough of Havering is set to let young entrepreneurs shine, by developing their digital and entrepreneurial skills.
Designed to empower young people, while supporting the local charity Havering Mind, the Young Entrepreneurs Project Digital Film School will engage with 24 students aged 14-16 years, from Bower Park Academy, Romford.
The students will help Havering Mind promote their work via a digital video campaign, but first they will learn the digital skills – via Spotlight Multimedia – that will assist them in developing a suitable project. They must then work in teams to produce a video from conception, though to filming and editing, then pitch their work to a panel of judges. Nick Howe from NatWest will also be on hand to coach the students in presentation skills. The finished videos will then be judged into first, second and third place.
The judges will include:
- Bill Williams – CEME CEO
- Councillor White – London Borough of Havering (LBH)
- Rhys Stephenson – Television presenter and former Bower Park student
- Lorna Waters – TIME FM
- Ciaran White – Havering Mind
CEME is proud to be involved in this project and will host the final day of pitching and judging in the famous POD Theatre at the CEME Conference Centre.
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