Become a Youth Producer
If you’re interested in media, if social justice is important to you, and if you’re between the ages of 13 and 17 years old, you can become a part of a unique and exciting youth media project where you’ll learn to serve the community through interviews, roundtable discussions, video interviews, digital stories, and blogging.
As a Youth Producer, you’ll
- Rotate between roles and learn every aspect of radio production: show host, producer, engineer, calendar host, and music director
- Have an opportunity to meet other youth who are passionate about media, civic engagement, and youth leadership.
- Produce written or video blogs on topics that you’re passionate about.
- Attend community events to meet local, national, and international social justice leaders.
Here is what some of our current and past youth producers had to say about Generation Justice:
“Generation Justice has opened my eyes to the world. I have learned so much about social justice issues, both nationally and internationally. Most of my memorable moments have come from being a part of Generation Justice, from talking about disability rights to interviewing local and national activists and policy makers about being involved in their community. It has been an experience I will never forget.” – Victor Torres, 20 years old, University of New Mexico
“[Generation Justice] really has impacted my life. It’s the reason I decided to major in broadcast journalism…and I love it.” – Jonquilynn Hill, Junior, Howard University
Generation Justice is committed to diversity and equality in recruitment. If you can commit 10 hours per week to training, preparation, and on-air broadcast and want to find out more call: (505) 277-1831 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Then please mail or deliver your application at this address:
KUNM MSC06 3520Oñate Hall, Room 220
1 University of New MexicoAlbuquerque, NM 87131-0001
You may also email it back to us at email@example.com