Our cohort of youth created some fantastic podcasts this summer at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh's Allegheny branch in the North Side. Topics ranged from bullying to the pros and cons of technology to the benefits of the programs CLP Allegheny offers.
We just wrapped up summer programming at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh's Woods Run branch! Radio Club members learned about audio and created some great pieces of their own. Also be sure to check out the audio from the National Night Out event which was hosted at CLP Woods Run.
In Summer of 2017, SLB Radio Productions, Inc., in partnership with Propel Schools and Leadership Pittsburgh, convened a group of 5th through 8th grade students to conduct interviews with local veterans about their military experiences. While learning about digital audio recording, the students also discussed the importance of storytelling through the oral tradition. With support as needed, students arranged and conducted the interviews.
During the summer of 2017, SLB Radio Productions conducted a weekly radio camp at BJWL Hawkins Village (Rankin,PA) with elementary and middle-school students. Recordings include advice on how to be a good friend, custom commercials, and a heart-felt discussion on …
A group of departing eighth students at Propel Northside came together to record the inaugural episode of the Propel Power Podcast.
As part of an end of the year Minimester (three days of classes/workshops proposed by students), five Holy Family Academy students recorded and edited a podcast on a new release by Kali Uchis, the new Transformers movie, depression and …
Brashear High School students celebrated International Women's Day (and Women's History Month!) by talking about special women in their lives.
On May 16, 2017, Pittsburgh Perry Students Kara Anderson, Chereigna Jones, and Robert Hawkins hosted a live stream from Pittsburgh Perry Community Day, a part of Remake Learning Days.
During the 2016/2017 school year, students in the broadcasting class at Pittsburgh Perry in association with the Young Preservationist Association and SLB Radio, learned about the history of the Northside, as well as holding discussions about their neighborhoods and communities.
On May 16th 2017, Propel Schools and City of Asylum partnered for "Under the Tent and Around the World", an event hosted at City of Asylum's Sampsonia Way location on the Northside. Students and families were able to create art, taste foods from different cultures, listen to music and authors, and meet people from other countries that now call Pittsburgh home. Youth Express was on hand to talk to those in attendance.