Award winning archivist Melissa Mannon from Goffstown NH high School selected The Voice Library to partner with, to create a unique community voice project to celebrate the buildings 50th anniversary.

The Project entailed inviting key members of the community who graduated from this building to return, and create an interactive oral history around their experiences, trials and tribulations.

Interviews were to be conducted by a host of special trained “student community reporters”.

The Voice Library team worked closely with these students to help them understand the interview process, as well as helping them to improve their soft skills to interact inter – generationally

This process gave these students the life tools/ skills and the confidence to capture the most human, soulful and engaging interviews possible, for this project and beyond…

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