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Youth Broadcasting Workshops


Applications are closed for KXCI Spring Break 2024 Youth Broadcasting Camps

Stay tuned here for updates on our Summer session!

Monday-Friday March 11th-15th

Youth Broadcasting Camps (ages 9-17)

KXCI Spring Break Youth Broadcasting Camp #1 (ages 9-12) 9am-11am (Full)

KXCI Spring Break Youth Broadcasting Camp #2 (ages 13-17) 1pm-3pm (Full)

Level One Camps:

This unique FREE week-long camp offers an opportunity for youth in Southern Arizona to explore how music, sound, and images connect and inform each other. Youth will work with the KXCI Education Team to create their own unique playlists and zines. These are hands-on classes where students are introduced to broadcast equipment and rules, music appreciation and selection, creating music sets, reading station announcements, and talking about the music they love. Over this week-long camp, youth broadcasters will also learn to create a zine, fostering further inspection of the music they love. Graduates will showcase their programs on The Future of Radio on Sundays at 5 pm.

Location: Armory Park Studio at 220 S 4th Avenue

KXCI’s Education Team is committed to fostering, cultivating, and preserving a culture of diversity, equity, access, and inclusion. We review applications on an ongoing basis and will notify youth broadcasters and their families of their application status on an ongoing basis. For the time being, each class is limited to 6 students, and proof of COVID vaccination is required. If camp sessions reach capacity, you will be contacted, and your future youth broadcaster will be put on a waitlist.

Please note the specific dates and times of each camp.

If you have any questions please contact Stephanie Engs KXCI Director of Education and Community Engagement at [email protected] or (520) 623-1000 ext. 19.

Youth Broadcasting Camps at KXCI are generously underwritten by the Stonewall Donor Advised Fund held at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona and the HS Lopez Family Foundation. 



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