Youth Media Program
IFP Minnesota's Youth Media Program works with Minneapolis and St. Paul high schools. The mission of the program is to teach filmmaking as a means of engaging kids in their education—developing artistic, critical thinking, and career skills while examining issues in their own environments.
IFP MN 2013 YOUTH SUMMER CAMPS
Week-long film and photography summer classes for kids 11-17 are offered June through August. Click here and scroll down the page for the complete schedule.
JuiceMedia, IFP's newest youth program, is an after school video production team of high school students from St. Paul and Minneapolis Public Schools. The program meets 3-5 pm, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays through the school year. Any aspiring young filmmakers interested in joining should contact Deacon Warner at: email@example.com.
VOLUNTEER FOR THE YOUTH MEDIA PROGRAM
There are a number of ways IFP MN members can become involved in the program:
• Serve as a project mentor for a student group
• Be part of a panel of professionals hearing students pitch project treatments
• Screen your own short work and provide Q&A with students
• Invite students to visit your production site or post-production house
• Take on a student intern for one of your projects
The program is seeking all levels of involvement. If you are interested in volunteering please contact:
IFP Minnesota Youth Program Coordinator
cell: (612) 232-5112