FAQs

Educators, Youth workers and Teachers can make use of the resources that Twin Cities Youth Media Network’s members can provide. Each member provides different programming and in different communities. Because of this, we have gathered answers to questions frequently asked about how we can work together.

If you have further questions please contact us for more details. We are excited to help you to make use of existing youth media and aid in the creation of new media produced by more young people.

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1. When does TCYMN meet?

TCYMN meets the second Wednesday of the month, from 9-10:30am, unless otherwise stated. Member organizations rotate hosting the meetings.

2. What after school programs are available?

Member organizations offer a number of programming opportunities for youth media makers, many of which are after school hours. The best way to find an opportunity that fits your needs is to check out the map here.

3. What services do you provide for teachers?

TCYMN is working to compile an up-to-date list of resources that offer curriculum for youth media programs and youth development. We also keep a list of local and national organizations that provide support for media programs.

4. What in school services do TCYMN members provide and is there a fee?

MTN works in collaboration with South High School to produce the Video VOICES program, a two-hour English and Social Studies class for South High seniors that utilizes video production and media literacy skills to make PSAs, documentaries and independent projects as class projects.