The digital stories created for the CCASA Digital Storytelling Project will be shared publicly during April 2015 for Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and online, with the permission of you, the storyteller. Our hope is to create digital stories that can expand the public understanding of sexual violence in Colorado and deepen our collective community commitment to supporting survivors and preventing this crime.
Learn More & Apply
Application Deadline: Tuesday, February 10th.
Visit www.ccasa.org.digitalstorytelling to get information about the project, cost to participants, dates/times, and more. Scholarship assistance available. Applicants living outside the Denver/Metro area are encouraged to apply. Space is limited.
Who Should Apply?
Applicants must be at least 18 years-old, living in Colorado, and have a story to share about your experience with sexual violence. You may be a survivor, the friend or family member of a survivor, a service provider, activist, community member, etc. You have a story; we want to help you tell it! To see examples of other digital stories created by The Center for Digital Storytelling, visit their Silence Speaks project webpage: http://silencespeaks.org.
General Info Session January 14th!
Want to learn more about this project and if it is a good fit for you? Join us for a general information session with one of our facilitators at The Center for Digital Storytelling on January 14th from 6:30pm-7:30pm via webinar. To join the webinar, just email Daniel Weinshenker, the Rocky Mountain/Midwest Region Director at Center for Digital Storytelling, at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “CCASA Info Session 1/14.” We’d love to tell you more about this project!