PSTV has created a multimedia meetup space where students can learn about a multitude of media opportunities that are available. Here you will learn about film festivals, educational programs available from industry partners, workshops, Internships and much more.
WHYY Education Highlights
- PBS Learning MediaPBS Learning Media is the next generation digital media service for pre-K – 16 educators. Bringing together the BEST of public media to enable teachers to be more effective, PBS LearningMedia provides educators with dynamic and engaging digital resources and professional development support. And it’s FREE!
- Digital Media Courses for Educators at WHYY Educators participating in professional development courses learn methods for implementing 21st Century Learning Skills in their classrooms. They learn to help their students create digital media and receive tips for integrating those skills into existing curricula and project-based learning approaches.
- WHYY I Like This Book This initiative from WHYY, sponsored by Harriet and Larry Weiss, encourages children in kindergarten through twelfth grade to share their thoughts about a favorite book. If selected, your student or child could star in a 60-second spot on WHYY-TV, talking about “WHYY I Like This Book.”
- American Graduate: Let’s Make it Happen is a public media initiative supported by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) to improve high school graduation rates. Public TV and radio stations in 36 states are working with community partners to generate understanding and action regarding the dropout crisis
PROGRAMS AT PHILLYCAM
PhillyCAM Focused Flicks Summer Youth Fellowship Program
Program Dates: Monday–Thursday, July 10- August 17,2017 11:00am-3:00pm
Application Deadline: May 22nd, 2017
Please apply electronically on PhillyCAM’s website. If you would prefer a paper copy of the application they are available at PhillyCAM. Applicants must be between the ages of 16-21 and reside in the City of Philadelphia. Applicants must be able to commit to all program components and dates. Candidates must have prior media making abilities and demonstrate an interest to learn advanced skills in order to excel in the media field.
Create a 30-minute news style show to broadcast on PhillyCAM highlighting creative jobs and talented media makers in our city.
Film and attend local events.
Build a portfolio to gain work experience.
Gain advanced editing skills and journalism skills.
Present at a culminating event, date to be determined.
Attend media career info sessions to build a larger professional media network.
Program Location: PhillyCAM 699 Ranstead Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
We will be prioritizing candidates who are willing to continue to work with PhillyCAM as members once this Fellowship has ended. Upon completion of the summer program, fellows will be invited to participate as youth leaders, support production service projects and gain additional professional and creative experience.
For more information about this Fellowship or to learn more about making media at PhillyCAM,
Contact Youth Media Coordinator, Ariel Taylor: Ariel@phillycam.org
W.E Wednesday’s (Year Round no sign up required)
Weds 4pm-6pm A day to focus on future goals while building community connections with other youth. This could look like working on vision boards, learning a new DIY skill, attending and event or having group discussions. Relaxed relationship building through self-discovery.