Our mission is to empower underrepresented groups in the media arts, like women and people of color, to develop careers in audio/video through job training and job placement
So many young people from underrepresented backgrounds are being left out of careers in the creative economy. The Loop Lab is a Cambridge-based non-profit social enterprise specializing in media arts internships and digital storytelling. Our mission is to empower underrepresented groups in the media arts, like women and people of color, to develop careers in audio/video through job training and job placement. We help to sustain our mission by offering for-hire media production services to our clients/donors. How can we help you tell your story? As an organization, we are committed to ending inequality and racism through digital storytelling. As an academic partner of the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, we offer our trainees college credits and free dual enrollment into college! Go to the Partners & Supporters page to see a list of orgs that support our mission. Then to the Take Action menu below and find out how you can support!
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The Loop Lab is a 501(c)(3) organization. Our Tax ID# is 82-3829806.
ADVANCING WORKFORCE EQUITY: Diversity, inclusion, cultural competency, and equity are core values of the Loop Lab. These values drive our mission to empower minority talent in careers in the creative economy through job training. As an anti-racism, and anti-sexism organization, we strive to provide a learning and working community that is free from discrimination, harassment and bigotry, which are antithetical to our values.
Although founded by minorities explicitly for the empowerment of minorities and other underrepresented people in the audio/video industry, the Loop Lab invites all people who share our values to join us in support of our mission.