Tuesday, January 21
5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Hume Center Lounge (Building 250)
Do you want to travel and tell a story about it?
Apply to the Braden Grant program!
Learn more about this exciting, one-of-a-kind program at our upcoming information session.
On Tuesday, January 21, join the Stanford Storytelling Project and recent Braden Grant recipients to learn more about the Braden Grant and hear excerpts from the podcasts produced by the 2019 cohort. We’ll serve dinner, review the application process, and answer your questions.
The Braden Storytelling Grant is a grant for students to learn to research, craft, and produce an audio documentary based on oral history archives or interviews conducted by the student. This is an opportunity to tell the story of a city, neighborhood, country, culture, music scene, history (of a song, a building, a book, an artwork, etc.), cuisine, political or protest movement or those involved in them . . . really anything outside of yourself. Your final project will be a well-crafted narrative told through the medium of podcasting. The grant awards up to $2,500 and offers one-on-one mentorship for the duration of the grant.
Applications are live now and are due by noon on Saturday, February 23.
A StoryLab appointment is a requirement of the application process. Make your appointment online here.