SPNN is a community media and technology center that provides the tools and training for youth, adult, and nonprofits to use media and technology to tell stories and gain job skills.
We have 35 AmeriCorps members in nonprofits, libraries, and workforce centers around the Twin Cities metro area.
We partner with organizations to create programs, record events, and host events in our studio..
Youth and adults can learn how to create their own media through our monthly classes, one-on-one help, or our in-depth project based learning programs.
There are many ways you can be involved with SPNN, find the way that is right for you!
Teach Technology Skills
Make a difference! Teach basic or advanced media, technology, and digital literacy skills. Find out how you can become a CTEP AmeriCorps Member!
Youth 14-19 can learn podcasting, video production, and about careers in media by becoming a part of SPNN Youth. Find the right program for you.
On this episode of Candy Fresh we speak with Satara Strong-Allen of Love First Community Engagement, The National Pan Hellenic Council with the "Divine 9" and The Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church HBCU College Tour group!
Host Anahita Champion talks with Saint Paul Author Roger Barr about his annual Christmas story project and readings. In his 26th annual Bartholomew family Christmas story, Roger Barr addresses the impact of the social and political chaos we live in. His annual reading to benefit the Hallie Q. Brown Community Center Food Shelf will be held on Sunday, December 3, beginning at 2:00 P.M in the Kwame McDonald studio at the Saint Paul Neighborhood Network (SPNN) at 550 Vandalia Avenue in St. Paul. The reading will feature guest readers assuming the roles of familiar and new characters. The reading will air on SPNN’s cable channels during December. Look for it also in the pages of the St. Paul Pioneer Press.
Host Mark Hughes talks with Bush Fellow and advocate Mai Thor about the Disability Justice movement. Host Joan Willshire talks with new City of Minneapolis Community Specialist Guthrie Bayard, who will be the city's first specialist for issues of disability.