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DPM partners with the radio and communications programs in high schools around the state. Partnerships include McKean High School in the Red Clay Consolidated School District and its 88.1 FM WMHS signal. WMHS is home to DPM's Sunday evening music revue Hometown Heroes, and often features support by McKean students. DPM supports students in the Polytech School District's High School for an internship program. Polytech students report and produce 1 to 2 minute audio and visual stories that are aired on DPM's Morning Edition and All Things Considered. In the Brandywine School District, DPM works with students in the career pathways program at Mount Pleasant igh School. These programs are inspired by others like Youth Radio in Oakland, California and Joe Richman’s Radio Diaries.
Generation Voice introduces Delaware high school students to broadcast and digital media arts. It facilitates hands-on learning and gives students the tools and support to tell their stories. Visit generationvoice.org, which houses students' work. We encourage you to join us in celebrating their voices.
Aiming to create innovative, career-building opportunities for students, Generation Voice pairs its participants with professional journalists. Together, students and journalists engage first-hand in best practices for news reporting, gaining invaluable experience in digital media production and growing their portfolios.