SPNN improves community social, civic, and economic equity via the transformative art of media making and 21st century skill-building. Our mission is: to empower people to use media and communications to better lives, use authentic voice, and build common understanding. SPNN’s four core areas—Media Education, CTEP, Youth, Productions Services—help disadvantaged populations grow artistically, build confidence, and equip adult and young learners with the 21st century skills they need to be successful in the workforce or the growing makers economy.
SPNN offers a continuum of opportunities for people to connect, build skills and share their stories to achieve greater equity and justice.
SPNN takes interns in fall, spring and summer.
Qualifications for Internship
You must be attending a higher education institution and receive credit for your time at SPNN.
Use of data
• We may use the data to prepare required reports, conduct audits, and evaluation.
• You are not required by law to provide this information.