Student Workshops

In the schools, student residencies target student behavior with a focus on attendance and classroom climate improvement.

ENACT meets with school administrators and teachers to get a sense of the whole school climate and gain an understanding of what is going on in individual classrooms. Using the information collected during this assessment, the ENACT curriculum is adapted and programs are tailored to meet the specific needs of the school.

Residencies may last from 12 to 30 weeks, serving up to 30 students per period.

ENACT also works in non-academic settings where our focus is on changing behavior so that young people can improve their interpersonal relationships, meet challenges honestly and with integrity, recognize the roles they play in the stories of their lives and work through the obstacles that are standing in the way of success.

For more information about Student Residencies, please contact Rebecca Dolan, Programs Supervisor, at rebecca.dolan@enact.org.


Auditorium Performances

ENACT’s auditorium performances are engaging and impactful for a larger audience. Each are developed from relevant and emergent themes from the field and include a post-performance discussion. Typical focus can range from bullying to violence reduction or self-awareness issues.

Contact Alicia Thompson, Senior Teaching Artist, at alicia.thompson@enact.org today to begin crafting your personalized performance.