To kick off the new school year, the Kuya Ate Mentorship Program will be hosting an open house to to re/introduce folks to KAMP’s mission, values, and work we do. The theme this year focuses on the distinction between discussion and dialogue, a distinction that is the very foundation upon which KAMP was built.
What is the difference between discussion and dialogue? Why is it important to consider that difference? What attitudes and values are pivotal to holding a successful and empowering discussion or dialogue?
All are invited to come and explore these questions with us.
Light refreshments will be provided at 7pm with the program promptly beginning at 7:30pm. We respectfully ask that you do not park in the Ansir Innovation parking lot, but on either Engineer Rd. or Brinell St.
We hope you can join us for an evening of community building, resource sharing, and strengthening of relationships!
Before summer officially ends, we wanted to say thank you to all of our volunteers, supporters, and students who made the Kuya Ate Mentorship Program possible this past academic year. What better way to show our appreciation than to throw a huge BBQ while enjoying the last days of summer!
We’ll be supplying the food, drinks, game and great company, but feel free to bring beach gear, games, snacks/side dishes, family members, and maybe a friend or two 😉
We suggest getting there early because of the small parking lot at South Mission Beach. Otherwise, Belmont Park has free parking. Just walk to the south end of the boardwalk. RSVP via facebook to get the latest updates on where we will be.
Things are picking up for KAMP and HS FilGrad as you can see from our instagram.
So we’d like to announce if you want to support us and the students for this year’s FilGrad, our donations page is open and our PayPal is live. Any amount of money would be greatly appreciated and would 100% go to funding this event. Upon receiving a donation we will forward our tax ID to you privately via email.
If you have any questions feel free to contact KAMPSD [at] gmail.com
We’d like to announce that the people at Pacific Arts Movement (presenters of the San Diego Asian Film Festival) are behind a unique program out there for the summer called REEL VOICES. We know that there are creative souls that would love to make a movie for the summer and would also benefit from a scholarship at the end.
San Diego has some great talent out there and REEL VOICES has produced alumni from universities like NYU and Loyola Marymount. Take a look of previous work from their YouTube playlist.