Tue, Dec 14, 2010
Adobe has just launched a new initiative that looks to pair young digital media artists with award-winning documentary filmmakers to form a mentorship.
The initiative has been name Project VoiceScape and is aimed at encouraging middle and high school students in the US to use digital media tools to create stories about issue that are significant to them.
Shantanu Narayen, Adobe president and CEO and Adobe Foundation board president, said:
“We believe it’s critical to arm young people with the creativity and technology skills to succeed in today’s digital world.”
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Written by Rosie Khdir
Rosie is a technology journalist who covers all the latest technology news, product releases and emerging social media and computing trends for PC Site.