Announcement: Fall 2018 Jennifer Saltzstein Kaffenberger Fellowship Recipients

ASTEP is thrilled to announce that Katrina Yaukey and Will Thomason have been selected as recipients of the 2018 Jennifer Saltzstein Kaffenberger Fellowship!

The Fellows will be taking the lead as Program Facilitators at our ASTEP on STAGE! sites in Harlem and the Bronx with CHOICES Alternative to Detention Programming. At this program, Will and Katrina will help ASTEP Volunteer Teaching Artists share their magic with young people who have been involved with the justice system. This program will give students the ability to share their voices and choices through the arts, all while having fun!

The Jennifer Saltzstein Kaffenger Fellowship gives this unique opportunity to individuals who closely model Jennifer’s personal values and skill set and ensures all young people, regardless of their backgrounds, will experience the transforming power of the arts, much as the arts impacted Jen’s life.

“It’s an incredible and unexpected privilege to have been chosen for this fellowship. The way in which Jennifer’s family has chosen to honor her legacy with this program is a gift to so many people. It’s wonderful that Jennifer’s passion for the arts will continue to be shared by many people!”
– Katrina Yaukey, 2018 Jennifer Saltzstein Kaffenberger Fellow



“ASTEP has easily been the highlight of my Fall. I have enjoyed playing word games in the Bronx, building relationships with high-schoolers in Harlem, and hanging out and sharing music with kids living in a residential facility next door to my apartment in Washington Heights, and all of these opportunities to share and grow are thanks to ASTEP programming. Becoming a Jennifer Saltzstein Kaffenberger Fellow further excites and inspires me to give to these ASTEP programs. I will aspire to give passionately and compassionately, as I understand Jennifer did. I look forward to my continued involvement with ASTEP, and I thank you for making it possible to do so.”
– Will Thomason, 2018 Jennifer Saltzstein Kaffenberger Fellow

 

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