"There have been great societies that did not use the wheel, but there have been no societies that did not tell stories."
Storytelling is one of the oldest traditions of mankind and is a unique way to enhance literacy and communication skills, build self-esteem, and so much more. We provide professional storytelling for education, children and youth, and families in at-risk communities in New Jersey. Programs can be found in schools, detention and youth shelters as well as community organizations. Check out the following to find how storytelling can help you!
Today, more than ever, at-risk communities are lacking the resources – monetary, emotional, social or psychological – to live full, healthy lives that enable them to develop and grow into happy contributing members of society. The children and youth of these communities, are at risk of
Join us for our Storytelling Arts Bridge to the Arts Camp 2015! Registration is now starting for our 6th year of camp. Classes will be held for one week, from Monday, August 17 - Friday, August 21, 2015 at the Covenant Presbyterian Church in Trenton, NJ from 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM.
We focus on the visual and performing arts and classes are taught by experienced and talented arts educators. We welcome campers from ages 5 - 12 and teens can apply to work as a Camp Counselor.
Check out the cover letter, camp application, and Teen Counselor application for all the details. Have a question - contact Edna Friman at firstname.lastname@example.org
We would like to thank the Rose and Louis H. Linowitz Charitable Foundation and Christine's Hope for Kids, for thier continued support of this year's camp.
SAI is very pleased to be working on the following
SAI is proud to be currently funded by:
Morris County Grant in Aid
The Countess Moira Charitable Foundation
The PNC Foundation
The Turrell Fund
Our vision is to enable at-risk children and youth to bridge the literacy gap, build communication and social skills and succeed in school and the outside world. Whether challenged by learning disabilities, learning English as a second language or living in impoverished conditions, those we serve are language deprived.