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IndyKids

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Do you have a passion for children’s literacy and progressive journalism? IndyKids helps young students ages 9-14 improve writing, reading and research skills while learning about social justice issues and world events that aren’t always covered by mainstream children’s media. We’re looking for dedicated volunteers who have a background in journalism, writing or education to mentor our Kid Reporters and edit the IndyKids newspaper. volunteer@indykids.org

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About IndyKids

Location:

PO BOX 2281, NEW YORK, NY 10163, US

Mission Statement

IndyKids is a free newspaper written for kids, by kids that covers current news and world events from a social justice perspective. Through interactive workshops, kids between the ages of nine and 13 learn about journalism, media literacy and important issues facing today's world. Based out of New York City, IndyKids is distributed across the United States and beyond.

Description

IndyKids produces content monthly during the school year (September through May) with five print editions and four sets of web exclusive articles. IndyKids currently produces 10,000 copies of every print issue - and reaches kids in 36 states across the nation through 200 classroom and individual subscriptions. On average, about 1,000 people download the PDF of each print issue. The search-able website receives over 7,000 unique visitors each month.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Children & Youth

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

Center for Social Innovation (CSI)601 West 26th Street, Suite 325New York, NY 10001

(40.75165,-74.00715)
 

SKILLS

  • Mentoring
  • Teaching / Instruction
  • Youth Services

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Flexible
  • Writing skills and mentoring skills

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