GREENWOOD Location

& admin. office

Yesler terrace LOCATION

HOA MAI GARDENS BLDG.

206-725-2625

info@fearlessideas.org

8414 Greenwood Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98103

(Enter through the Greenwood Space Travel Supply Co.)

221 10th Ave. S. #174, Seattle, WA 98104

(Enter Hoa Mai Gardens Bldg. from S. Washington St.)

The Greater Seattle Bureau of Fearless Ideas is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization 

Customized

IN-SCHOOL

In-School

Projects

Projects

Customized

Customized

Inspiring

Authors

Young 

in the classroom

Authors

Young

 

IN-SCHOOL PROJECTS 

send a skilled Program Manager and trained volunteers into the classroom to help a teacher's dream writing project become a reality.

Working in partnership with the teacher, our Program Manager offers support in curriculum development and assists volunteers in helping students with writing, revision, and research. At the end of the project, Fearless Ideas binds together the student work in a custom-designed chapbook, creating a tangible, lasting artifact that unifies student work as a collective effort. Once the project is completed, there's a publishing party for students, teachers, and parent (and sometimes there's even cake)!

"This project would not have been possible without the help of Fearless Ideas. They were dauntless in their encouragement."

–Ms. Wong,

McDonald Int'l School

"This project would not have been possible without the help of Fearless Ideas. They were dauntless in their encouragement."

–Ms. Wong,

McDonald Int'l School

Here are just a few of the In-School Projects we've helped to realize.

 

 

In-School Projects can fit a wide range of topics; some examples from the past include personal narratives, letters to political leaders, bedtime stories, college entrance essays, and semi-fictional tales of the Duwamish waterway.

 

We typically join the classroom once a week, and the overall project duration can range from a single session or even span several months.

If you need help creating a project for your students, we can help explore or solidify your ideas (the more fearless the idea, the better).

to Request an in-school project for your class

teachers should email Program Manager Nat Neville at:

 

 

Make sure to include your school, class grade, preferred dates, and any details you may know about your project or questions you might have.

Written permission from a parent or legal guardian is required before a student's work will be included in their project's final chapbook publication.

Please click the icon to download a printable PDF version of the form.

Teachers and Parents: