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Bristol Story Lab

Bristol Story Lab

Bristol Story Lab

Bristol Story Lab is a non-profit organisation based on existing projects in London (Ministry of Stories), Sydney (Sydney Story Factory), and the one that started it all: 826 Valencia in San Francisco. Our aim is to unleash young people’s imaginations, and let their creativity lead them. We do this through story writing workshops for 8-18 year olds, in which the participants take the lead.

Volunteer

Location:
Bristol, United Kingdom

Posted:
15 Jul 2013

Deadline:
Opportunity has expired

Employer tags:
Industry:
Arts
Charity
Writing
Social Enterprise
Graphic Design
Esc Factor:
Exciting Brand
Social Impact
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Children's storywriting workshop volunteers

Inventive words invent new worlds. Become a Story Technician with Bristol Story Lab!

Bristol, United Kingdom

Applicants are required to hold the relevant Visas/Work Permits

Job Type:
Part-time
Escape Factors:
Social Impact
Function:
Admin
Volunteer
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At Bristol Story Lab we are on a mission to unleash young people’s imaginations, and let their creativity lead them.

We want to use words and writing to help young people uncover their imagination and what they’re capable of.

Our aim is to inspire in them a love of writing, and through this improve their communication skills, confidence and literacy.

Our workshops rely on the support of volunteer mentors to provide the one-on-one time with young people that makes the difference. 

You don’t have to be a writer, teacher, have lots of experience of working with young people, or have English as a first language to be a great mentor.

Workshops tend to last around 90 minutes with a little time either side for setting up and debriefing afterwards.
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