Starting Talk to the Camera has impacted our lives in so many positive ways!
We remember the first classes we taught. We were so excited seeing the looks on the kids faces when they watched themselves on television for the first time! Since then we have left every single school filled with joy and laughing in disbelief that we just got paid to do this! Bringing Talk to the Camera to your community will empower you and all the lives around you!
We are proud to offer you this amazing opportunity to join the Talk to the Camera family.
Then, Talk to the Camera is your opportunity to THRIVE!
number of children under the age of 18 in the U.S. and growing.1
children are in After School Programs.2 For every child in a program, 2 are waiting to get in.
of parents with a child in after school programs are satisfied overall.2 An overwhelming percentage of parents are satisfied with quality of care, safety, excitement about learning, and critical thinking.
increase in after school program participation in 10 years.2
of parents agree that it is important for their children to have summer activities to help them maintain academic skills and learn new things.3
of families say they wanted their children to be enrolled in a summer learning program.3
on average, what families spend for their child’s summer learning program per week.3
Talk to the Camera empowers kids to get creative and use their imaginations through filmmaking, being on camera and having fun!
Kids create their own NEWS stories and effectively deliver them ON CAMERA! Students learn warm up games, how to conduct interviews, create commercials, stories and produce their own show!
Do your children watch videos on YouTube? Kids learn how to speak with presence ON CAMERA and create their own videos! Students collaborate with the group, imagine, film and have FUN!
Does your kiddo have an active imagination? In mini-movie, students collaborate and bring their imaginations to LIFE. Kids create, direct, act in and produce a movie. They experience the THRILL of a production from “quiet on the set“… to “that’s a wrap!”
1 According to latest census data | 2 Afterschool Alliance - After 3pm | 3 National Afterschool Association, data as of January 1, 2017
Supporting our franchise owners is the backbone of our success and we look forward to working with you throughout the lifecycle of your business.
We achieve this through a comprehensive training and support program, and innovative systems and tools that make onboarding fun, personalized, and effective!
We are committed to building a community of thriving franchise owners!
We are here to help you navigate the franchise discovery process, answer your questions and align you with resources to optimize your business start up and growth.
Kid-Driven, Teacher Approved!
“Incorporating technology and giving presentations on camera has become an essential part of learning today. Talk to the Camera is the only program we have come across that teaches oral expression, listening and social communication skills in an energetic & fun format.”
– Public educator in Jefferson County
Kid’s learn and have fun!
“They include everybody in a role. Everyone has a good time. You get the opportunity to learn about make-up, costumes, memorizing lines, camera work, and direction. Everything about the movie business.”
– 10 year old boy
“The best combination a mom could ask for”!
My daughter had a blast at this summer camp! Wished it was longer! Thanks!
Denver Parent who gave us 5 STARS on Facebook
“ Talk to the Camera was even more fun than I thought and I want to take more classes. I learned that I really enjoy acting.”
– 4th grade boy
“Our son looked forward to class every week because of the amazing activities and the way in which he could use his imagination. He learned so much and had a great time doing it”
– Parent, Denver
“I would suggest the Talk to the Camera classes to all kids because they have taught me a lot about myself.”
– 5th grade girl
“Our daughter loved this class. She loved using the camera so much. Her presence in front of the video camera definitely increased.”
– Parent, Denver