Are you looking for a camp that is both educational and entertaining?

Enough Entertainment’s Finding A Flow Youth Camps are STEM based programs designed to expose students to careers that encourage them to exercise, research their purpose and feel comfortable in their abilities as they transition into an adult.

Our vision is to highlight careers in different industries using media production that build confidence and problem-solving skills for our future workforce.  In 2004, we launched our first camp in College Park, Georgia called Speak On It.  In 2008, thanks to Family Youth Innovative (FYI) Events, Inc and Arts Clayton, Inc. we received the Georgia’s Art Council Grassroots Art Program (GAP) Grant and produced two dramas.

In 2009, we produced (4) Music Videos and (4) Public Service Announcements  with (4)  artists, the DeWayne Martin’s Program, Clayton County Board of Health Center; and Clayton County Parks & Recreation Dept.

In 2016, we conducted a video editing class and an educational workshop on the importance of having life and equipment insurance at the Forest Park Public Library, thanks to Our Theatre Company (OTC),  the Derek F. Campbell Agency (Nationwide Insurance) and Microsoft Store (Lenox Mall) .  In 2017, thanks to Clayton State University Department of Visual/Performing Arts and Film and Media Center we launched our Digital Media Camps to give students a chance to be on a college campus.

Recently, we joined the Family Support Circle (FSC), Inc family in Stockbridge, GA to expand our program’s reach in the community.  Our end-goal is for students to walk away with a heightened curiosity about the careers available in the entertainment industry and a feeling of urgency to make smart life decisions.

We are back at Clayton State University!  Register for our Finding A Flow Digital Media Camps NOW!