CFCR Spring Break Youth Radio Camp 2024 - Apply Today!

Mar 5, 2024

Join us for CFCR Spring Break Youth Radio Camp 2024! 

Are you ready to embark on a thrilling journey into the world of radio broadcasting? Look no further than the CFCR Spring Break Youth Radio Camp for ages 12 to 17 - an empowering initiative designed to cultivate skills, foster creativity, and boost confidence among young individuals.

What is CFCR Spring Break Youth Radio Camp? Our camp is a dynamic youth empowerment program that offers participants an immersive experience in radio broadcasting. We provide a welcoming and supportive environment where personal growth and self-expression are encouraged. Through hands-on activities and mentorship, participants acquire essential skills while gaining confidence in their abilities.

What to Expect:

  • Skill-building: Learn the intricacies of planning, recording, and editing under the guidance of experienced mentors.
  • Hands-on Experience: Get the chance to host your own radio program and see your creations hit the airwaves at 90.5 FM.
  • Personal Growth: Walk away with newfound confidence and a sense of empowerment.

Important Details:

  • Dates: April 2nd to 5th, 2024
  • Times: Morning session: 9am - 12pm; Afternoon session: 1pm - 4pm
  • Location: PAVED Arts at 424 20th Street West (Upstairs Event Space - wheelchair accessible)
  • Laptop Usage: Bring your own laptop if you have one; limited CFCR laptops available.
  • Ages: 12 to 17 are welcome to apply!
  • Inclusive: We are committed to diversity and inclusivity. Applications will be reviewed with this in mind.
  • Application Deadline: March 22nd, 2024, 6PM. Notifications will be sent out by March 25th.

Don't miss this opportunity to hone your skills, unleash your creativity, and make your mark on the airwaves! Apply to CFCR Spring Break Radio Camp 2024. We can't wait to welcome you aboard!


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CFCR acknowledges that we broadcast from Treaty 6 Territory, the homeland of the Cree and Métis Nations, and the traditional territories of the Dene, Saulteaux, Dakota, Lakota, and Nakota. We pay our gratitude to the First Nations and Métis people who have called this ancestral land home for generations, and whose histories, languages, and cultures continue to influence our community. On a foundation of reconciliation, recognition, and respect, CFCR is committed to reaffirming relationships with one another, and to establishing new ones.  

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