• Teaching essential skills to
    empower smart, safe media choices

Upcoming Events

Media Education and Events

Media Power Youth offers a variety of events around topics such as managing screentime, remote learning engagement, media creation, social media & mental health, and violence in the media. These events help educators, families, and youth alike gain the skills and knowledge they need to navigate the increasingly complicated media landscape and how to use media creatively to advocate for causes they believe in.  We provide professional training, family webinars, and youth workshops. Check out our current offerings below.

Parent Night, April 22nd

Essential Tools for Managing your Family’s Internet Needs

Media Power Youth is teaming up with Comcast and the Manchester School District for a unique parent presentation on internet controls and talking about media as a family. You’ll learn how to harness tech tools to help your family manage media use and how to decide as a family what your boundaries and limits should be.
This workshop will be held virtually on Tuesday, April 22nd, from 7-8pm, and is open to parents and guardians of children of all ages.

Film Discussion, May 4th

Level Up Film Club: The Kid Who Would Be King

This month’s pick for the Level Up Film Club is The Kid Who Would be King, which follows the story of Alex, a modern-day student turned “once and future king”. See how old magic and the modern world collide as Alex tries to unite his school against an ancient evil. Join Media Power Youth for a guided discussion, open to students in grades 5-8. We will be discussing the movie through a lens of growth, change, and resilience. Please watch the movie prior to attending. This movie is available to rent or purchase from Amazon and other VOD services as well as your local library.  Learn more at mediapoweryouth.org/filmclub. Email Claire Garand at [email protected] with any questions.