College hosts screening of “The Dream Share Project” and workshop with film’s directors
Ivy Tech Community College−Northeast will host “The Dream Share Project” film screening and workshop on April 16 as part of its INSPIRE Academy series.
The film’s creators will be on Ivy Tech’s campus to share their experiences with interviewing more than 30 entrepreneurs, artists, activists, leaders, writers, non-profit founders, producers and athletes.
By bringing The Dream Share Project to northeast Indiana, Ivy Tech hopes to motivate its students, employees and the community to pursue their dreams regardless of the barriers.
“The Dream Share Project is really what INSPIRE Academy is all about: finding your passion and following your dreams,” said Patrick McCormick, INSPIRE Academy creator and program chair of the College for Working Adults.
INSPIRE stands for Ivy Tech−Northeast Speakers, Performers, Intellectual exhibits and Recreational Experiences. The program is designed to be a lasting legacy for the northeast Indiana community by providing an ongoing series of events, exhibits and opportunities to enrich and inspire participants.
Visit IvyTech.edu/northeast/inspire for more information on the INSPIRE Academy.
Visit thedreamshareproject.com for more information about The Dream Share Project.
About The Dream Share Project
The Dream Share Project is an inspirational documentary film that follows Chip Hiden and Alexis Irvin, two recent college graduates, on a road trip across America, as they explore how successful people have chased their dreams. Along the way, the pair learns about topics such as discovering one’s passion, committing to a dream, dealing with setbacks and redefining success for the Millennial generation. The Dream Share Project features eye-opening advice and anecdotal wisdom from an Olympic skier, one of the original Latin Kings of Comedy, a slam poet, a Project Runway fashion designer, the CEO of a sustainable flip flop company and many more. The Dream Share Project is a film that encourages people to live up to their fullest potential and reject societal pressure to “play it safe.”