Kids Share Workshops gave birth to Novaturient Workshops!

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The word Novaturient is not easy to pronounce but its meaning makes up for it. Novaturient: Desiring or seeking powerful change in one’s life, behavior, or situation. The very definition sums up what Novaturiant Workshops is about!

Novaturient Workshops (NW) was born from Kids Share Workshops and Publishing, Inc. (KSW). Kids Share Workshops is a parent of Novaturient Workshops. Kristina Applegate, founder of (KSW) wanted to create a new program workshop that would focus on young adults, who are seeking a creative voice through social activism, using storytelling tools.


Novaturient Workshops (NW) focuses on developing team building projects domestically and internationally in the creative arts through; multimedia, publishing, and film-making, by securing government funding. We seek contracts with individuals who love travel and teaching others their trade. For example; filmmakers, photographers, Artists, English teachers and more!


Novaturient Workshops (NW)  is working to expand its programming footprint into the international development industry by securing funding through the US Government. (NW) is actively working with Federal Capture, a business development company in the Washington, DC area whose philosophy is tailored for USAID, the Department of State, and other global development agencies.

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