Scenarios provides an arts-based program for public school students to write stories about issues that shape their lives. Those stories engage award-winning filmmakers who produce a few each year into short films seen by 20 million people. Watch and share the films on YouTube for free.
As part of the Scenarios program, students address some pretty big issues: racial injustice, sexual assault, bullying, gender-based violence, HIV/AIDS, pregnancy, substance abuse, among other very real and pressing topics. Young people, whose voices are often not heard, are now shaping the conversation. 140 high schools are participating in the Scenarios program right now. 30 more schools want immediate access for the Spring semester, which will cost $30,000. That's $1,000 per school - or just $30 to make a difference in a single student's life.