One key way for staff to get buy-in from stakeholders, including community members, partners, and families, is to share stories about their TPP program work and the impact it has on youth. During this workshop, Allison Myers from StoryCenter discussed storytelling structures and techniques for writing a powerful, first-person narrative. Additionally, participants practiced drafting a short, personal story (200-350 words) in response to a prompt.
Allison Myers, StoryCenter, Senior Program Director
Define the three elements of digital storytelling
Understand the four C’s of simple structure
Compose a first-person story related to their TPP program
Time: 1 hour
Certificate of Completion: Yes - available after completing the evaluation at the end of the recording
Why Storytelling? & StoryCenter Background (2:54)
How Can we Tell Stories in an Impactful Way? (17:53)
Story Examples (27:31)
The Four C's (52:54)
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