Becoming Visible: Poster Campaign

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As a part of AJ Quintana's Dream Starter Project: Becoming Visible. Our program will highlight Nebo School District American Indian Students by creating a personalized poster to highlight each of them and their talents, accomplishments, achievements, and future plans. These posters will be showcased at their schools, in our Title VI classrooms, and also at our Student Leadership Awards night in May.

Each student will be photographed in two outfits. One in Native American Regalia or anything that represents their tribe. The other is in an outfit that represents a unique talent they have. Examples: Dance, sports, artist, play an instrument, designing, acting, etc. You are welcome to use your own photos or our program is offering a time and space to get those photos professionally taken.

There are three photoshoot locations and times you can choose from on 2/27, 3/1, & 3/2. Please find more details about times and locations here.

Please reach out to your Title VI Representative today, if you'd like to participate. 

  • Springville- Analysa Allison
  • Mapleton/Spanish Fork- Shoshana Begay 
  • Spanish Fork- Natalie Billie
  • Salem/Payson/South- Eileen Quintana