Education

San Francisco Community Radio is an IRS-recognized 501(c)(3) educational organization continuing the longtime tradition of community radio pairing with students of all ages to teach them about radio. Students work with SFCR volunteers both behind the microphone and behind the scenes. All students are welcome!

Current Educational Programs:

Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 semesters

In collaboration with the Lycée Française de San Francisco, the San Francisco Community Radio is proud to participate in an after school journalism class that allows a group of middle school and high school students to learn about journalism and radio.

During the course the students listen to examples of radio and TV interviews, audio reports and audio documentaries and learn interview techniques as well as audio recording and microphone techniques. Their audio projects are then aired on SFCR.

Previous projects

Spring 2016 – Lycée Français de San Francisco

The Lycée Français’s  4th graders (58 students) and their teachers, together with SFCR’s DJ Fari, produced a 20 minute audio documentary on their 3-day California Gold Rush educational program to Coloma.

Since March 2016 and ongoing

SFCR presents its youngest radio host: Dj Flying Japan, 9 years old, hosting a half hour music show every Saturday morning from 10:30 am to 11 am, called: Oh Grow Up. The show is rebroadcast every Friday at 5 pm.

Since October 2016 and ongoing

SFCR presents its yet even younger radio host: Dj Panda, 6 and half years old, hosting a half hour show every Saturday morning from 10 am to 10:30 am called: Chop Chop Lollipop, the show is rebroadcast every Friday at 5:30 pm

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