Youth Opportunities

PSTV has created a virtual multimedia space where students can learn at their own pace.  This space is called #PSTVARTVIBES is designed to allow Philadelphia youth their own arts collective to be able to create, share, and vibe with one another either in person or in a virtual world. Pick It. Submit It. Talk About It. is a creative way to engage educators and teaching artists to lend their expertise to students. To learn more Click Here.

COLife Project- The COLife Project is designed to be an interactive space between Artists and Philadelphia students The project is designed to encourage creativity and foster imagination as well as building a creative community intersecting education and cool stuff. The topics are ever-changing and students can submit videos or podcasts around specific topics. To learn more Click Here.

Here you will also learn about film festivals, educational programs available from industry partners, workshops, internships, and much more.

Outside partner offerings

WHYY – House Concert Series, providing musicians a place to share their original music on several platforms. SUBMIT CONTENT

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________2020 SE Pennsylvania Teen Filmmakers Showcase.
The teen filmmakers will arrive via limo, enjoy a red carpet experience with professional photography, social and screen their original film in a giant state of the art theatre!
The submission period for the Teen Filmmakers Showcase will be open from Feb 1 to June 15 at SEPennsylvaniaTeenFilmmakersSh owcase. You can find all the rules, categories, details etc. on the website too.
Feel free to share the attached picture with interested teens in your circles, and like our social media:
Twitter: @se_showcase
IG: sepateenfilmshowcase
Comcast Newsmakers interview: Videos/2019/11/11/CC191108-1? autoPlay
Open to all teens in Chesco, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties…please pass on to your students!

Check us out on YouTube at: channel/ UCIepOAEAR3JJGOMlb2TYsTQ


Klein College High School Media Workshop is a tuition-free 2-week summer program designed to prepare the next generation of digitally and urban-trained journalists through hands-on training, field reporting, and experiential trips within Philadelphia. Students entering grades 11 and 12 will have the opportunity to work with Klein faculty and industry professionals to learn the basics of reporting, writing, and broadcasting, along with digital and visual arts, all while living in Temple’s campus residence halls from June 21 – July 2, 2020. Submit your application before May 22, 2020: https://klein.temple. edu/academics/high-school- summer-media-program
Thank you for sharing on your website! Looking forward to reconnecting in May, and hope you have a great few weeks of traveling soon!


Teen Filmmakers Showcase

The event is a chance for teenagers interested in the film industry to see their original films on the big screen, walk a red carpet, meet university film school faculty and arrive at the event in style, in a limo! We hosted the event for the first time last August, and it was amazing! We showed eleven films to a packed audience of 150, the teens each got to speak about their films and some even walked away with some awards!


For 2020, the submission period will be open from February 1st-June 15th and is open to all 12-19 YO in Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties.

We are accepting all genres and films can be from individual students and also groups or film club submissions all online at Register

The weblink also has some really great phots from last year to give you an idea of the night!


Interview on Comcast Newsmakers: Videos/2019/11/11/CC191108-1? autoPlay

Social Media: @sepateenfilmshowcase


Partner Offerings:

The Urban Technology Project is now recruiting for our 2018-19 Pre-Apprentice Digital Service Fellows cohort. Students ages of 18-24 that is interested in a career in technology. The AmeriCorps Digital Service Fellows Pre-Apprenticeship program offers young adults the opportunity to learn technology support while serving Philadelphia schools by providing STEM and Computer Science mentoring activities to students. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.Pre-Apprentice Digital Service Fellows provide technology services to schools across the district while learning new tech skills, professionalism skills, earning a living stipend, gaining I.T. industry certifications, and more! Learn More