MAPS : Media Arts in the Public Schools

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The Centers for Disease Control buys rights to Darby, Montana teenagers’ anti-smoking announcements. Media Arts in the Public Schools

MAPS founder Peter Rosten says the Darby teens also produced a documentary that shows the consequences of smoking through the eyes of terminally ill tobacco users. He says DVDs of the video have been requested by health departments and schools across the country.

MAPS: Media Arts in the Public Schools is now in five new Montana communities. The new programs need your support.

Our mission is to educate, train and create quality jobs for youth. FYI – our public school program is cash-flow positive and profitable and our ROI in human capital is proven. Our goal at all the clubs including Wolf Point is to create student owned profitable businesses by year three. Note: we have secured $21,000 of our $42,000 budget – a hometown helper grant would help immensely.
Paying for these programs is an ongoing effort and now you can help.

(and it will only take a minute of your time.)

The Center for Disease Control Honors MAPS: Media Arts in the Public Schools program.

2007 has been a good year for MAPS.

MAPS and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Missoula, Red Lodge, Wolf Point, Bozeman and Kalispell are looking for teens who would like to make movies, TV commercials or music videos.

The goal of this new business is to educate and create quality jobs for Montana teens.

Media Arts in the Public Schools say NO to tobacco through two new public service anti-smoking announcements.

Our students have made two public service ‘anti-smoking’ announcements.

A Hollywood expat trains would-be Scorseses in Montana high schools – MAPS™ : Media Arts in the Public Schools

"I learned how to edit film, but I also became a better person," says MAPS graduate Luke McLean, 19. "I learned how to organize myself, establish a budget, and work with a team."