Virtual Project Success Resources
Like so many organizations, we’ve had to cancel hundreds of experiences for our students and families over the past few weeks. But that doesn’t mean Project Success programs have ended! In fact, we’re just beginning: This is your first virtual program brochure, designed to keep you connected to Project Success and to your dreams, goals and plans for the future while we can’t be together in person. We invite you to explore these opportunities, many of which are familiar offerings from PS, including workshops, theater events, Institute classes, college tours and more.
We are still here for you!
Visit our virtual workshops page to see a heart-warming video message from our facilitators, tips on how to thrive at home these next few weeks, the Marc & Micah in the Morning podcast, and more.
Right now, we know you can’t travel to see a show — so we’ve brought theater to you!
Check out our virtual Admissions Chats with colleges across the country, including schools we visit on our Chicago College tour, two-year colleges, four-year colleges, Historically Black Colleges and Unviersities (HBCUs), and more!
We’re finding creative ways to encourage you to explore new experiences and career paths through the Institute. Check out our virtual Institute page to find out how our podcasting, finance, cooking and coding programs have adapted.
Project Success has created a virtual alternative to the 2020 Washington, D.C. tour! Explore The National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) and check out our Project Success & Howard University College admissions chat!
Project Success has outdoor adventures you can take part in both virtually and together in nature. Discover new plants and animals and spend time with your family — especially if you’re feeling some cabin fever!
Learn about the basic elements of theater! Gain helpful tips and terminology so that you can have confidence while on stage and in auditions.
Project Success will continue to share virtual opportunities on an ongoing basis as we are not offering in-person opportunities during the COVID-19 outbreak. We’ve also compiled a list of additional resources for students and families that may be helpful as you navigate challenges related to COVID-19. Explore additional resources we’ve compiled for you, and read our official COVID-19 response.