The Inneract Project
When Maurice Woods was growing up in a poor neighbourhood in the USA, there were not many career options available to him. Whilst at university on a basketball scholarship, he stumbled upon this thing we call graphic design. Supported by his mother, who had always recognised his ability to draw well, Maurice embarked on a career in graphic design.
He has since started the Inneract Project which runs workshops that aim to improve kids’ lives by encouraging them to consider a career in graphic design. Thanks to SpeakUp! for the link, this sounds like a very valuable project.
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