The city of Brisbane in Australia turned on a stormy afternoon on Wednesday November 30th, but that did not deter a group of eager Film and Television students from attending the Humaneity Television pitch event. Staged at the JMC Academy Auditorium in South Brisbane, the event brought together budding young students, as well as a few energised graduates to listen to what the plan is for launching Humaneity Television in Australia.
Robin Williams and Mark Philpott from Humaneity shared with the students the various ways, and reasons why they should consider getting involved in this project. Students sat and listen to personal journey’s of inspirational dreams, and ambitions. As a result many were engaged to ask questions about the finer elements of this project.
Originally inspired by the Humaneity Inspired Living – Tiny House project at Helensvale State High School this collaboration opportunity now extends to various other potential opportunities. Humaneity is continually focused on how it can collaborate with students, educational centres, and businesses to create awesome outcomes.
A recently agreed Partnership with Tafe Gold Coast will see Humaneity Television collaborating with Tafe Film and Media students in creating shows and content for Humaneity Television.
Founder of Humaneity Mark Philpott comments,
‘ It’s truly inspirational to work with young people who are passionate about following their dreams. Humaneity is all about inspiring people from every walk of life, and tonights event was another small step in that direction’.
The event ended with the JMC students now able to apply to collaborate with Humaneity on various different projects as part of their academic journey or their personal passion.
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