SPNN Youth



News from the Youth Department

Join SPNN at the Grand Opening of Arlington Hills Community Center

SPNN is part of Createch, a pilot program that started in November 2012 with the Saint Paul Public Libraries and Saint Paul Parks & Recs. Createch is a space for teens to be creative with technology. It strives to provide teens in and around Saint Paul with access to the current and emerging technology needed to pursue their interests and spark new passions, along with mentors to support their individual growth.

Animating Culture with 5th Graders

Phalen Lake Hmong Studies Magnet students celebrate their animations on the red carpet.Students celebrate on the red carpet.
SPNN Youth partnered with Phalen Lake Hmong Studies Magnet to create cultural folktale stop-motion videos with 100 5th graders since October 2013. This year, they produced more than 60 different videos. The students worked on cultural folktales from 5 different cultures: Hmong, Karen, Mexican, African and Native American.

A little here and a little there: Reflections from an SPNN intern

Becca answering the question: What do you want to do with your life?

This spring, SPNN Youth was very happy to host Becca Schilling as an intern. Becca is a senior at St. Catherine University, and came to SPNN through the HECUA Art for Social Change program.

by Becca Schilling, SPNN Youth Intern



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