Short film screening at Meadowbrook Teen Life Center

The Student Teen Employment Preparation (STEP) program will screen their short film Stereotypes in Schools on Saturday, April 30 at the Meadowbrook Teen Life Center (10750 30th Ave NE) from 6-8 p.m. The screening will include a short activity, discussion, and shared meal. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP to Amanda Locke, Seattle Parks and Recreation, by emailing amanda.locke@seattle.gov.

About the STEP program: The STEP program is a year-round job readiness program designed to provide youth with education, job skills and career development training. Work focuses on addressing community needs; team projects may include forest enhancement, trail construction, habitat restoration, organizing community building events and mixed media projects. The program combines on-the-job work experience, environmental education, safety education and career development training. Participants develop positive work habits, strong team building and communication skills, as well as learning a sound cultural awareness of the environment and their communities.

Film Screening Flyer