Thursday, October 24, 2019

Vice President of Educational Outreach of

An immediate opportunity for a Vice President of Educational Outreach at Join a non-profit media company with world-wide reach.  This newly created position will be a key contributor to our management team.  Position may be based remotely, with visits to company headquarters in Erie, PA as appropriate. We are looking for a hands-on leader with demonstrated results. 

The successful candidate will be immediately assisted by our Director of Education, Content/Customer Support team and a complete suite of shared services (Admin, Marketing, Graphics, IT). Additional dedicated staff will be added as a result of success in achieving growth.

We are a data-driven organization and seek someone who will define metrics for success for each campaign (traditional and digital) or event, then implement, track and optimize those campaigns/events.      
Travel is required. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are a must. For more information about our organization visit . If interested, please submit a resume and cover letter telling us how your experience can help our organization to [email protected]

Key Components:
  • With CEO, develop strategic plan with measurable growth-oriented goals for 1, 3 and 7 years
  • With Director of Education and Director of Marketing, develop plan for marketing and promotion of teaching units, current events lessons, educational courses, and Teachable Moments
  • Cultivate relationships with industry experts, distribution channels, and organizations
  • With CEO, responsible for direct and indirect solicitation of funding from non-government sources to support the annual budget, including identification of potential funding sources
  • Manage to an ever-changing budget
  • Identify external advocates who can champion our projects with their targeted audience; build relationships with school boards and district officials, educational and other organizations for potential alliances
  • Identify new channels for distribution and define measurable goals for success with each channel
  • Participate in creative/brainstorming for projects when appropriate
  • Co-plan events / conferences / annual dinners
  • Provide information and commentary for brainstorms, deliberations and rough cuts;
  • Maintain brand integrity, including logo use, verbiage and other details that identify and all its products, websites and communications.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with organizations for product releases
  • Develop new uses for existing products.
  • Submit entries to festivals / award and follow up
  • Reports 

Monday, October 7, 2019

Geography as Destiny - Coming Soon from!

Why were the Aztec no match for the Spanish? Did geography of the cultures play a part?

Can geography influence the success (or failure) of a culture? Some scholars think it can. Explore this concept with a look at the Aztec and Spanish and the battle for Tenochtitlan.

Help your students understand that geography is about far more than just locating places on a map. Watch the trailer now!

Learn more about this upcoming educational video here.

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

New Release - I Am Human

We just released our first educational video for the new school year!  

What are you? Some multiracial individuals are declaring "I Am Human." What are the implications for society?

You can watch and download this new program here

Thursday, August 1, 2019

I Am Human - Coming Soon from!

"It's very tempting to say, let's just forget it. I'm a human being."

The multiracial population in America is increasing. And it seems like most people – and society as a whole – would like these folks to "pick a side." To identify as one race or the other.

But as demographics shift from separate races to more of a continuum, who gets to decide how these individuals identify?

Meet several multiracial individuals, and hear about their experiences. What implications does this have for our society? Can we move beyond race?
Learn more about this upcoming educational video here.

Thursday, February 7, 2019

New Release from - Read All About It!

We just released another new educational video, Read All About It! Members can stream and download this video now from You can also watch this video from YouTube and Vimeo.

Don’t stop the press! 

Once upon a time, it was forbidden to criticize the king. All information was kept close to the king, in his inner chambers, far, far away from the people he ruled. 

Why? Because knowledge is power. And the king didn’t want the people to have power. He certainly didn’t want them to criticize the way he ran things. 

Enter the concepts of freedom of speech and freedom of the press. Most people think these started in America. But another country actually codified freedom of the press in its constitution before the U.S. did. Find out which country, and explore why this matters more than ever in today’s age of information overload. 

Learn about the power of a free press to keep citizens informed and government in check.

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Read All About It! - Coming Soon from!!

What's the power of a free press? 

What's the purpose of a free press? 

Was the U.S. First Amendment the first time this right was codified in a constitution?

Don't stop the press!

Learn more about this upcoming educational video here.