Welcome To Intersections MediaIntersections Media Opportunities for Youth Society (“Intersections)” is a non-profit charitable organization founded by the late William Vince (“Bill”), an Oscar-nominated Vancouver filmmaker and advocate for youth at risk. Our program offers an employability and life skills workshop and work experience opportunity to youth facing multiple barriers to employment. Bill’s life is our ongoing inspiration and our programming is his legacy. Through the unique and familiar medium of art and digital filmmaking as well as involvement in group-based projects, Intersections participants gain the experience and confidence for long-term attachment to the workforce. Bill believed in the potential of youth and the power of helping others help themselves.
Call For Participants! (Workshop Info)
Intersections Media Opportunities for Youth Society (in association with Service Canada and BladeRunners) is seeking participants (ages 19-28) for its 2015–2016 Workshops beginning in June. The Workshops are 11 weeks in length, running through Spring 2016. To learn more, please click here.
Supporting Intersections: How You Can HelpThere are many ways in which you or your organization can become involved with helping Intersections, including equipment or funding donations, and work experience placements. For more information, please click the following link: How Can I Help?
Thank You To Our SupportersPlease click here to see our current list of generous program sponsors.
So why am I promoting this? Because my daughter Claire Geller works with the organization and I know first hand how it is helping at-risk youth become creative, productive people!