HOW IT WORKS

Our regular offerings include oral history trainings, workshops, and curricular support to a wide variety of educators, storytellers, organizations, and social justice advocates. We also offer a limited number of consultancy engagements for clients seeking more in-depth support.

Each consultancy is tailored to the client’s needs, which might include using storytelling to empower the constituents they serve, learning how to best understand and share their organization’s work, or developing specific storytelling projects.

Our client partners include national youth education organizations, mental health practitioners, museums, and philanthropic organizations.

For more information, please contact Education Program Director Cliff Mayotte.

RATES/SERVICES

In an effort to be as inclusive as possible, our fee for service operates on a sliding scale. We ask that participants or their supporting schools and organizations contribute at whatever level their budget allows. This allows us to work with a broad spectrum of teachers and learners.

Copies of Voice of Witness books: $16 per book

Copies of The Power of the Story (curriculum guide): $16 per book

Educator support: (two hours of curricular planning via phone, email or in person): $200

Single class visit (60-90 minutes, includes planning, materials, and transportation*): $400

Half-day class visit (two classes of 60-90 minutes + prep): $700

Day-long site visit (three classes of 60-90 minutes + prep): $1,000

Tailored Consultancy (planning, materials, transportation and facilitation): Determined on a case-by-case basis. 


*Transportation costs for out-of-state engagements require additional funds for travel and accommodation

ANNUAL SUMMER WORKSHOP

AUV17

Interested in oral history storytelling? Join us for our annual Amplifying Unheard Voices Oral History Training.

This unique four-day workshop highlights the power of personal narrative and provides educators, storytellers, and social justice advocates with the tools to conduct oral history projects in their classrooms and communities.

RECENT CONSULTANCIES

HEAR/SAY

UCSF MEMORY AND AGING CENTER
A Book of Stories about Aging, Dementia, Art, & Life
Facilitators: UCSF MAC & VOW EDU

STAGG VOW

AMOS ALONZO STAGG HIGH SCHOOL
An Oral History Class & Educator’s Toolkit
Teachers: Lisa Thyer & Chris Wendelin

HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION

Bere Visit to USF Human Rights Class 2016
UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO
A Course in Human Rights Pedagogy and Praxis
Professor: Dr. Susan Roberta Katz