Summer’s been a fun ride for Vince and Bravette, our apprentices, no question about it.
In July, they helped build a set in our warehouse for a project with Love146, an amazing organization that works to end the worldwide crisis of child trafficking and exploitation: (Love146)
Later in the month, they were part of the production for a trio of commercials highlighting Lankenau Main Line Health, all of which will be airing locally in the next few weeks. Lots of awesome locations with classic cars, campfires and butterflies. You know, the usual.
In August, they spent a day training in Powerpoint with the awesome folks at Vynamic, supporters of WF/NFCo. (Vynamic)
Finally, the apprentices were privileged enough to crew up and partner on a project for the new Philadelphia Eagles fan site, Fly Eagles Fly. That’s right everyone; the NFL’s starting soon. Get excited. (FlyEaglesFly)
Throughout all this time, they’ve been in-office at NFCo, working and learning alongside the various production teams/personnel coming through for the various shoots.
We’re in the final stage of Apprentice Training, and we’re focusing on how our apprentices transition from their time here at WF/NFCo to the time after training. We know this is a defining moment for the entire operation. How we conduct ourselves in these last months will demonstrate how much we believe in the training, family ratios, and the apprentices themselves.
Know that we believe in the value of the work here, and more importantly, in the value of the one doing the work. As we believe and work, we stop and express gratitude for your continued support, and to encourage you with all the change and transformation we’ve seen in the lives of the apprentices.
Nothing’s come without its share of struggle, but Vince and Bravette’s lives are changing every day because of these opportunities.
Sincerely, with all love and humility, we thank all of you, near and far, who have joined with us on this journey.
- From everyone at Working Film & NFCo.