NYC Haunts

GK's OLP Youth Leaders at the GK Annual Youth Conference 

Youth from two GK OLP programs -  NYC Haunts and Playing 4 Keeps - attended and presented at the 2012 Annual Youth Conference. Below are some photos show their awesome work and good times that were had.

 

 

 

 


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Great Poe Park Mystery game launch - NYC Haunts 

Global Kids Youth Leaders launched the location based game they created using the platform ARIS. The game is the first on a series of games developed in collaboration with The New York Public Library and as part of the NYC Haunts program. The game which takes place in the Fordham area of the Bronx, is about a detective that must solve the mystery of a missing child. It was presented to other youth from the Fordham Library branch. The game deals with local history of the Bronx, with the author Edgar Allan Poe, and civic action around the issue of clean air. 

 

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NYC Haunts at MS 391 - Storyboarding for Belmont Game 

Yesterday Global Kids Leaders in our NYC Haunts program at MS 391 learned how to storyboard their ideas. After being split into groups, they discussed story lines and characters that could highlight some of the most interesting areas they discovered in the Belmont neighborhood while keeping in mind possible social issues that could be addressed. The groups presented their ideas to one another and shared thoughts on how they could possibly be combined.



GK Leaders Bryan, Noguosadia and Deon working on their storyboard





GK Leaders Nayelys, Chris and Angelica presenting their work


NYC Haunts at MS 391 - Storyboarding for Belmont Game 

Yesterday Global Kids Leaders in our NYC Haunts program at MS 391 learned how to storyboard their ideas. After being split into groups, they discussed story lines and characters that could highlight some of the most interesting areas they discovered in the Belmont neighborhood while keeping in mind possible social issues that could be addressed. The groups presented their ideas to one another and shared thoughts on how they could possibly be combined.



GK Leaders Bryan, Noguosadia and Deon working on their storyboard





GK Leaders Nayelys, Chris and Angelica presenting their work


NYC Haunts at MS 391 - Storyboarding for Belmont Game 

Yesterday Global Kids Leaders in our NYC Haunts program at MS 391 learned how to storyboard their ideas. After being split into groups, they discussed story lines and characters that could highlight some of the most interesting areas they discovered in the Belmont neighborhood while keeping in mind possible social issues that could be addressed. The groups presented their ideas to one another and shared thoughts on how they could possibly be combined.



GK Leaders Bryan, Noguosadia and Deon working on their storyboard





GK Leaders Nayelys, Chris and Angelica presenting their work


NYC Haunts at MS 391 - Storyboarding for Belmont Game 

Yesterday Global Kids Leaders in our NYC Haunts program at MS 391 learned how to storyboard their ideas. After being split into groups, they discussed story lines and characters that could highlight some of the most interesting areas they discovered in the Belmont neighborhood while keeping in mind possible social issues that could be addressed. The groups presented their ideas to one another and shared thoughts on how they could possibly be combined.



GK Leaders Bryan, Noguosadia and Deon working on their storyboard





GK Leaders Nayelys, Chris and Angelica presenting their work


NYC Haunts at MS 391 - Storyboarding for Belmont Game 

Yesterday Global Kids Leaders in our NYC Haunts program at MS 391 learned how to storyboard their ideas. After being split into groups, they discussed story lines and characters that could highlight some of the most interesting areas they discovered in the Belmont neighborhood while keeping in mind possible social issues that could be addressed. The groups presented their ideas to one another and shared thoughts on how they could possibly be combined.



GK Leaders Bryan, Noguosadia and Deon working on their storyboard





GK Leaders Nayelys, Chris and Angelica presenting their work


NYC Haunts at MS 391 - Storyboarding for Belmont Game 

Yesterday Global Kids Leaders in our NYC Haunts program at MS 391 learned how to storyboard their ideas. After being split into groups, they discussed story lines and characters that could highlight some of the most interesting areas they discovered in the Belmont neighborhood while keeping in mind possible social issues that could be addressed. The groups presented their ideas to one another and shared thoughts on how they could possibly be combined.



GK Leaders Bryan, Noguosadia and Deon working on their storyboard





GK Leaders Nayelys, Chris and Angelica presenting their work


NYC Haunts at MS 391 - Storyboarding for Belmont Game 

Yesterday Global Kids Leaders in our NYC Haunts program at MS 391 learned how to storyboard their ideas. After being split into groups, they discussed story lines and characters that could highlight some of the most interesting areas they discovered in the Belmont neighborhood while keeping in mind possible social issues that could be addressed. The groups presented their ideas to one another and shared thoughts on how they could possibly be combined.



GK Leaders Bryan, Noguosadia and Deon working on their storyboard





GK Leaders Nayelys, Chris and Angelica presenting their work


NYC Haunts at MS 391 - Storyboarding for Belmont Game 

Yesterday Global Kids Leaders in our NYC Haunts program at MS 391 learned how to storyboard their ideas. After being split into groups, they discussed story lines and characters that could highlight some of the most interesting areas they discovered in the Belmont neighborhood while keeping in mind possible social issues that could be addressed. The groups presented their ideas to one another and shared thoughts on how they could possibly be combined.



GK Leaders Bryan, Noguosadia and Deon working on their storyboard





GK Leaders Nayelys, Chris and Angelica presenting their work