This page contains a case study of school videos produced by Moonshine Agency for the Melbourne Indigenous Transition School (MITS).
Melbourne Indigenous Transition School
The Melbourne Indigenous Transition School (MITS) seeks to empower Indigenous students. These students move from remote or regional communities to big city schools.
Every family wants the very best education for their children. For some Indigenous families in remote and regional communities, this means moving away from home to be able to attend a school in a big city. Making that step can be hugely difficult. And MITS exists to help make that transition a successful one.
When we first learned about MITS we were so impressed by what we found tucked away in the backstreets of Richmond Hill.
The boarding house was still under construction and the schoolhouse had only just been confirmed at Richmond Football Club. But the values, cultural sensitivity and mission of the founding team really struck a chord with us.
During the school’s first year of operation, we were fortunate enough to collaborate with the students, teachers and school leaders on a series of videos.
Like the vast majority of Australian school’s today, MITS needs to raise extra funds each year to achieve its mission.
Our first project was to create a short film that captured the stories of students and reflected on how MITS was helping them transition. Showing how access this type of education was helping the students reach the future they dreamed of.
This video was used at the annual gala dinner. And it helped the school to raise a record amount of individual donations. It has subsequently been used on the home page of the school’s website.
ansition a successful one.
Stories Shape Our World
Since our first collaboration with MITS, we’ve been blessed to be able to work together on a series of videos that share the stories of individual students for their own personal use. And also to help supporters of the school better understand the opportunities, challenges, and importance of the work that is taking place at the school.
The Many Uses for School Videos
You can share it on YouTube to drive increased brand visibility on Google and improve your organic search results. You can syndicate your videos through third party websites (like those of your supporters). And you can publish them on your Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Pinterest pages.
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All this activity contributes to making the world a better place – one story at a time. As Nelson Mandela said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
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