If you are male and Asian, African American, Native American, and/or Hispanic then your art is wanted. In digital media this would work best for the photography project. Please see Mr. Souvorin for details or to discuss your idea.
The College Board’s National Office for School Counselor Advocacy (NOSCA) is developing a school counselor four volume journal series that will focus on building the capacity of school counselors to transform the educational experiences of young men of color. We are seeking artwork created by young men of color, with a preference for depictions of young men of color (portraiture/people) and/or their personal life situations and culture/environments. While artwork from all young men of color would be helpful, we’re specifically seeking work from Asian American, Latino, American Indian, and African American male students.
This publication will be FREE and available to school counselors, educators, and advocates throughout the nation. See the first volume of the series that was published in April called, Research and the Need for Change. If selected, students will be recognized for their contributions, their first name, their last name initial and their grade will be posted with their artwork (i.e. John D., 9th grade). If your students artwork is chosen, you will be contacted via email by the 2nd week of November.