To be a leading provider of educational, informational and cultural products and services, using all media, which: reflect and respect a diverse and complex world; serve the underserved; offer cultural enrichment; facilitate responsible citizenship; ... Read more
To be a leading provider of educational, informational and cultural products and services, using all media, which: reflect and respect a diverse and complex world; serve the underserved; offer cultural enrichment; facilitate responsible citizenship; adhere to the highest standards of artistic and editorial integrity; and create opportunities for experimentation.
New York public media company WNET is a pioneering provider of television and web content. The parent of THIRTEEN, WLIW21 and operator of NJTV, WNET creates media experiences of lasting significance for the tri-state region, America and the world in the areas of arts and culture; news and public affairs; science, nature and history; and children's programming. WNET also produces the annual Celebration of Teaching and Learning, and provides innovative educational outreach at both the local and national level.
I have been looking for awhile to get involed with a youth volunteer program. Although I grew up in a great home with a wonderful family back ground. I always seem to wonder what or how or who would I be if I didn't. I often see kids on the streets that come from broken homes and my heart goes out to them. Sometimes I speak, just to start small talk, to find out how theirs live have been and how can I change the bad to good in their lives. I find that a great deal of them are very smart and know to some degree what they want to do in life. But I also find that there is no support in their homes or in theirs live at all to give them that push. Thats where I feel that I come in. I find that a lot of them that I speak with have no fathers. I grew up all my life without mine, so I can truly feel their pain. I want to be that example to them, to show them that life goes on, and although we are our fathers childen we are not their choices. but we still can have life and live it.