SPNN Youth



News from the Youth Department

Set It Up kicks off a great new season of youth media

A standing-room only audience came out for the screening.

Hi, my name is Pinky Lor and it has been a pleasure to be a youth member at the Saint Paul Neighborhood Network’s (SPNN) Set it Up program! Through SPNN, I have gained video production skills as well as many other skills that I know will be useful to me in the future. We recently had our Set it Up First Episode Screening on January 30th, 2014, with our youth members: Sumaya, Kylee, Theng, Pinky, Max, Julia, Ayantu, Kyle, and Delmar, as well as Daratu, a youth worker at SPNN.

Meet Rebecca McDonald

SPNN Youth would like to welcome Rebecca McDonald to the team! As the new Visibility Coordinator, you might find her hanging around the media lab snapping photos of workshops, updating our Twitter and the Instagram accounts, behind-the-scenes coordinating programming for SPNN’s Youth and Education Channel 16, or in the community scouting for youth opportunities to share with you. Read on to learn more about Rebecca and her dynamic community work.

YAC wraps up for white elephant and the semester

This fall has been a busy and productive time for YAC.  We started out by making a video for the Youthprise Video Contest seeking perspectives on what legacy youth participants are contributing to the organizations they are a part of and in the community.



Saint Paul Neighborhood Network is a community media center. SPNN empowers people to use media and communications to better lives, use authentic voice and build common understanding.  We operate five channels on the Comcast cable system and reach over 55,000 cable households in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

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