Wide Angle is looking for a dedicated, energetic, and engaged Program Manager to guide, support, and manage our youth media programs. The Program Manager will work directly with students and staff and be a leader in the organization. Our core programs serve 100 youth annually and we reach an additional 400 students with presentations and […]
Youth Media Project (YMP) Program and Education Director oversees programming, including the Audio Revolution! radio production team and educational programs. Applicant should be proficient in the teaching of: media literacy, interviewing, researching, audio recording, digital and social media skills, and creative writing (experience with narrative radio a plus). Also required is the ability to be […]
Get ready for the 14th Annual North American All Youth Film and Education Day that The Tower of Youth has produced over the last 14 years! The unique educational event showcases movies entirely made and juried by high school youth. In addition to showing all the top juried movies, the full day event will feature […]
Youth Media Project is seeking a motivated, self-initiating individual for year-long service to build capacity in organizational operations and development. The Education and Communications Associate will assist in the coordination and instruction of YMP’s educational and media production and broadcasting programs, expand the delivery of youth-produced media content, and work closely with staff and director […]
Youth Media Project has two announcements: 1. We are offering, in collaboration with Santa Fe Art Institute and on the campus of Santa Fe University of Arts and Design (AKA: College of Santa Fe), our third 2-week Summer Intensive for 15 participants, ages 15 – 25. Please pass on the attached flyer to any interested […]
Dean Miller, Director, Center for News Literacy at Stony Brook University
A news librarian explains the importance of news and information literacy for students and faculty alike.
This issue of Youth Media Reporter unpacks this field of news literacy for a youth media audience, bringing a fresh perspective to youth media practice.
People who are citizens in an information age have got to learn to think like journalists.
Youth media practitioners must encourage students to identify “real” news and information. News literacy as a way to identify and build upon a skill set that youth media programs already aim to build in young people.