Photos from Paulsboro’s 3rd Multimedia & Leadership for Youth session

This was another great session. We started with our second regular business meeting, then did the ‘Speed Drills.’ Thanks to Victor for helping to keep the pace going and setting the example. The attached photos will give you a glimpse of what took place. Again, the teens were in front of the camera, behind the camera, on lights (Two types of lights were used. A 500 watt LED light was used to show them variety.) and sound engineer. A four channel Behringer audio mixer was added this week with two microphones. We had two sound engineers who monitored and controlled the audio from the on-camera talent. We had a two directors. Participation was great. We have plenty of video footage with testimonials on the Boys & Girl Club. Ideas came from the entire group during our ‘Speed Drills.’ Enjoy the photos.

Rowan Radio Youth Internship
Remember, next Wednesday, April 15th from 4pm until 5:30pm, we begin our six week Rowan Radio internship. Paulsboro and Glassboro are invited to bring five youth with sign registration/release forms. ‘I AM’ so grateful! GOD bless you, Victoriously!
“There is no Greater Love in the Universe than ‘I AM’!”

Dr. Stanley El, D.Div.

The National Society of
American Business Owners &
The Divinity School

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