Journey to the White House: An Educational Blueprint for Change in Action is a story about the Crenshaw High School Digital Media Team accepting a classroom challenge from their teacher, Apple Distinguished Educator Daphne Bradford, to become a 21st Century example of what President Barack Obama’s Blueprint for Change in Education looks like inside the inner-city classroom.
To raise public awareness, support,name recognition and sustainability for Mother Of Many programs, Ogilvy, a global advertising agency, has created Destination: Change [D:C] to be the overarching brand name that people can associate with M.O.M’s projects. Ogilvy is an active partner with Mother of Many having established Ogilvy Advantage in 2006 in support of the organization’s programs.
Annenberg School for Communications
Mother Of Many has formed a digital media partnership with USC Annenberg’s “Intersections: The South Los Angeles Reporting Project.” The Project, launched on May 5, 2009 with catering services provided by M.O.M.’s Cooking Live with Dorsey High chefs.
Intersections features multimedia reporting on South Los Angeles community news and issues with the [...]
iLife at Crenshaw High School introduces students to the features and interface of Apple’s award winning multimedia software program iLife.
iLife is a suite of digital authoring tools that comes with every Mac: iPhoto, iMovie, GarageBand, iDVD, and iWeb.
Students learn to create media-rich digital projects, and share them online with a few clicks. The focused lessons [...]
Ogilvy Los Angeles operates Ogilvy Advantage, a program offering Mother Of Many digital media students access to advertising creative and production professionals on-site at the agency and in studios with Ogilvy’s creative production partners. Summer internships and opportunities for hands-on experience are a critical element of the Ogilvy Advantage program providing invaluable on-the-job experiences [...]