Completed in 2011
Client: WCNY, Cornell University
“What Works?” tells three compelling stories of collaboration between schools, businesses, and students with disabilities who have worked together in a changing economy:
Tawani Weeden’s first job is with the Milwaukee District Office of USDA’s Forest Service. He landed the job by successfully completing a Forest Service Job Corps training program. This show reveals the professionals working on his behalf and how collaboration between agencies made his future bright.
The WorldWide Hydrologic Cycle Project is a multi-language, cross-cultural project that encourages people to translate our two and a half minute film “The Hydrologic Cycle” into any language and any musical style.
Many high school girls are adept at math and science, yet few choose engineering as a field of study. Focus group research for this program suggested that these girls, motivated by a combination of altruism and greed, could be shown that engineering is a viable choice.