Welcome to the Alaska Teen Media Institute
Third Coast Fundraising
Help send our talented & hard-working crew to Chicago! ATMI youth are raising funds to pay registration fees to attend the Third Coast International Audio Festival Conference in Chicago. We need to raise $3,000 total to get the whole crew of nine there! Please consider making a contribution to our education fund so we can represent Alaska well! Here are some fun ways to contribute!
1.) Portrait photography fundraiser! For a $100 donation, schedule (sign up here) a photo shoot with ATMI youth photographers. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to provide your contact information for setting up the shoot!
2.) Get pigeoned! Make a donation in any amount and then ATMI will thank you by adding the Third Coast mascot to the photo of your choice. It's pretty funny and makes us all smile.
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Youth Journalism International Awards! Three ATMI reporters received top honors at the Youth Journalism International Awards 2014. Congratulations to Chloe Chaobal, Barae Hirsch and Arina Filippenko for being among the students honored. Listen to our award-winning stories.
ATMI Advisory Committee Seeking New Members! This is a group of supportive, collaborative, creative individuals who meet regularly on a long-term basis to give feedback and ideas regarding ATMI activities and operations. Would you like to join? Please fill out this application.
Bullied: Teen Stories from Generation PRX! ATMI's Chloe Chaobal was 1 of 7 students from around the COUNTRY selected to be apart of GPRX's bullying radio program. We are incredibly proud of her!! Her story, "Agressors, Victims, Bystanders" is about the effectiveness of said program in the Anchorage School District. It provides insight from students, teachers and the AVB Coordinator. "Bullied: Teen Stories from Generation PRX" aired February 20, 2012.
New Voices! Three ATMI teens were New Voices Scholars and received scholarships to ATMI Third Coast in Chicago. As part of the deal, they and the other scholars wrote essays about the future of public radio.
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