Working 30 Hours/Week to Transform Themselves and the Community.
Changing Voices employs young people recently released from the justice system to craft musical theatre from their own experiences. It’s a safe space off the streets where they are empowered to overcome their histories, perform their stories in the community and build the skills needed for future success.
Changing Voices 2018 Tour Impact.
Number of Tour Performances
At-Risk Youth in Attendance
CPD Recruits In Attendance
Judges & Civic Influencers in Attendance
A Powerful Readiness Curriculum.
Changing Voices is a family. A safe space for discovery and growth.
CV participants progress through a formal curriculum that prepares them for employment or education after Storycatchers. With the aid of a full-time Licensed Clinical Social Worker and trained staff, they use the process of creating musical theatre to confront past traumas and be empowered to move forward in a positive direction.
- Stage presence and performance.
- Character expression.
- Expressing powerful emotions through song.
- Office technology training.
- Job application strategies and skills.
- Financial literacy.
- Workplace etiquette.
- Collaborative and creative problem solving.
- Peer mentorship and leadership training.
- Emotion Management.
“I cannot thank Storycatchers enough…
We want to let these [police] recruits know about the history of their interaction as an institution with people of color… so that they understand when they walk into these neighborhoods, why they’re not greeted with open arms and love… How they can honor the past and reimagine the future.
CPD DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
Apply to Changing Voices.
Young adults aged 17-24 who have been involved with the Justice System can apply to work in our ensemble. Join our dedicated family, make an hourly wage and make change in the community while you learn skills that will put you on the path to success. Apply online in just a few minutes.