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Project Imo

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Character, item, map, and scene artists needed for educational elements for the world's most famous role playing game!!!

Be a part of eko-STEAM- Creative Worlds!

Project Imo is building out virtual education opportunities for middle school and high school age
children. Part of this is our Fallen Twins world that our learners will help create from (literally) the ground up! The world of Fallen Twins features new player races and classes, and unexplored "sky isles" (remnants of a moon that broke up after it passed the Roche Barrier). Our learners will learn about real-world ecosystems, geology, and biomes and then use that knowledge to leave their mark on history! They'll create their own sky islands and adventure in the world of the Fallen Twins as explorers charting new lands.

Some of our new PC race concepts are reef elves, gnomes that magically merged with their flying contraptions, magma dwarves, and plant humans! We need magic item and weapon art, flying ships (sail, balloon, magic, creature, or steam-powered), creature art, and more to put into our workbooks, Cartographer's Journal, and Fallen Twins Field Guide.

If you love RPG adventure and helping kids explore natural sciences in creative ways, then this opportunity is for YOU!

You can learn more at https://projectimo.org/imo-on-outschool

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About Project Imo

Location:

50 Larrow Drive, North Windham, CT 06256, US

Mission Statement

The mission of Project Imo is to use outdoor experiential programs to help groups and communities develop relationships and skills for sustainable success and provide access to greenspaces and learning for underserved youth. By utilizing experiential education programs, community problem-solving endeavors, shared spaces for peacebuilding, and outdoor learning, Project Imo will help people build social-emotional skills, leadership skills, knowledge and competencies, and connections with nature.

Description

Project Imo supports its framework through a series of programs including youth leadership development initiatives, child and youth educational programs and products, community leadership and team building services and programs, innovative and scientifically supported educational tools and resources, and preserving natural spaces for use in these endeavors.

Team Imo leverages over two centuries of experience in a wide variety of disciplines that merge into a comprehensive approach to community building and service delivery for children and youth, underserved community groups, a wide variety of community stakeholders, and our natural world. Our growing and passionate community includes experienced outdoor and classroom educators and youth services professionals, innovative technology experts, research professionals, justice system professionals, and conservationists.

Children & Youth
Environment

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Environmental Education
  • Visual Arts
  • Drawing
  • Painting
  • STEM

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 18
  • Project-based opportunities such as a single character art piece, single card art, series of images, etc.

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