The Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program (AZYEP) develops leadership, multiculturalism and identity by providing training and opportunity to youth in community broadcasting. AZYEP gives voice to youth ideas, experiences and events.
Over the past 14 years, our program has continued to provide transformational experiences for over 1,200 local youth, providing them with access to media education, broadcast journalism, technical training and production activities.
Each month, we broadcast a youth public affairs show. Tune in the third Wednesday of each month.
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March 18, 2013 AZYEP
Seniors from Basalt High School talk about stress and how their school's Gay-Straight Alliance and Jr. Hope have joined forces to help support students.
Music, Sports and Animals
Students talk about hunger and gay rights
Summer School Gardening
Students in Diana Alcantara's summer school classes got o combine their academics and hands-on learning. They read a book about how a community was strengthened through a garden and students volunteered at a community garden in Carbondale.
Talking to Your Teen about Sex
Teenage interns with Garfield County PREP, an organization trying to reduce local teen pregnancy and STD rates, share tips with listeners about talking to young people about sexual health and they interview community members about their feelings on sex education being taught in schools.
Teen Sports Injuries
Maddie examines common youth sports injuries and focuses on her sister's recent experience in gymnastics.
Chloe examines parent-teen trust. She talks to her friends, a teacher and her mom about factors that develop a parent's trust of their teenage kids.
Water Conservation, Glen Canyon Dam and Water Contamination
Students in our high school radio class talk to Chris Treese from the Colorado River District about the positives and negatives of Lake Powell and the Glen Canyon Dam. They also talk about why water conservation is important. Also, Ed William's, KDNK News Reporter, talks to the class about how contaminents from hydraulic fracturing can enter the environment and the water supply.
Who I Am and What's Important to Me
High school students in our radio broadcasting class wrote personal introductions which a classmate reads aloud and uses as the basis for asking questions about life.