In-person, May 10, 2023, 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM.
Berkshire Black Economic Council
33 Dunham Mall #101, Pittsfield
Parking on street and First Street lot
At its root, storytelling stands to be a great equalizer: stories not only entertain and educate, but they also increase understanding and build empathy — all of which are instrumental when looking to raise awareness about YOUR nonprofit (from its mission, programs, and individuals served to volunteers, community impact, and bottom line). At the end of this workshop, you’ll be able to:
About Hannah Van Sickle
Hannah Van Sickle is an educator by training who spent a decade teaching English language and literature to high school students at public and private schools across New England. Upon her departure from the classroom, Hannah spent another decade providing one-on-one support to students as an academic tutor and writing coach before turning her attention to freelance writing and storytelling six years ago. She earned her BA in English Writing and Fine Arts from St. Lawrence University and holds an MALS from Wesleyan University and keeps one foot in the proverbial classroom door through her work with rising high school seniors on the crafting of their college essays.
Hannah currently lives and works in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts where she is raising a pair of teenagers on the very land where she grew up. She is a regular features contributor to The Berkshire Edge, whose work has appeared at SheKnows, Business Insider, Refinery 29, Modern Loss as well as myriad other regional and national print and online publications. When she is not writing, Hannah enjoys cooking, baking, listening to audiobooks and exploring new places with her daughters who are animal-loving vegetarians with a shared passion for travel.
This workshop is FREE