Improv Comedy for Student Orientation
LAUGHTER, LEARNING, COMMUNICATION
Build new communities with improv
Introduce improv skills to your new students, breaking the ice with more fun and interaction than ever. High schools, colleges and graduate schools have all leveraged Knuckleball Comedy to set students on a path to long-term friendship and success. Perfect for classes no matter the size.
NEW FRIENDSHIPS AND NEW SKILLS
HOW IT WORKS CUSTOMIZED PROGRAMMING
Workshops are usually between 1-2 hours
We come to your campus, hold a virtual session, or offer hybrid solutions
New students walk into orientation knowing no one and will leave with new friends
Participants gain problem solving, communication and teamwork skills
Everyone is in on the action, developing camaraderie that persists well beyond the end of session
OUR PRIVELAGE IS ENGAGING WITH DIVERSE PEOPLE
"Ethan led a professional development workshop for our Summer Adventures in Learning camp counselors and they absolutely loved it! It was high energy and engaging, and the group was smiling the entire time. Coming into the workshop the counselors barely knew each other, but Ethan helped everyone step out of their shells, learn how to communicate with one another (especially nonverbally), and get comfortable working together. The activities were out of the box and were way more effective than the traditional getting to know you games. The workshop exceeded everyone's expectations, and we'd highly recommend Knuckleball for your staff!"
ZACH ELKIN, SCIENCE AND ARTS ACADEMY
THERE'S MORE: CORPORATE ENTERTAINMENT - EVENT EMCEE - HAPPY HOURS
“Knuckleball Comedy provided a much needed break to the human resource professionals attending the Chicago SHRM Elevate Conference. Ethan and team had the attendees on their feet and interacting with one another with fun, creative and collaborative activities. It was clear that any business looking to transform their workplace culture and foster teamwork, collaboration and impactful communication would benefit from a Knuckleball Comedy engagement.”