Radio Camp at MPR

Twin Cities Youth, join us for Radio Camp 2024 at MPR!

Are you a storyteller? Do you like writing? Do you like listening to the radio? Through Radio Camp, you will learn through listening and develop your own voice as a writer, journalist, truth-bearer.

An MPR Audio Engineer mentors a student during Radio Camp.

Minnesota Public Radio and founding partner ThreeSixty present Radio Camp 2024 in partnership with KRSM Radio and MIGIZI. As a student at Radio Camp, you will:

Three students pose with their tascam at MPR office.

  • Produce audio stories related to the arts and conduct field interviews
  • Learn to record interviews, write radio scripts, and edit audio from reporters, editors, and technical staff
  • Receive a behind-the-scenes tour of MPR and hear broadcast and career tips from newsroom speakers

Radio Camp is open to all Twin Cities high school youth. We are able to accept 12 students. Competitive applicants will have an interest in audio production and narrative change. Students will receive a $590 stipend for their full participation, including a completed radio story. Stories will be featured on MPR platforms.

Application closes April 19.

MPR headquarters in downtown Saint Paul. Accessible via several transit routes, including MTA Green Line light rail.

Dates and Times
Monday, June 24 – Friday, June 28
8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Questions? Email Denise Huang, Engagement Manager

Listen to Radio Camp 2023 student stories here.
Want to do more ThreeSixty this summer? Apply for the Multimedia Storytelling Institute!

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Student at MPR studio

“For me to be in MPR’s space of work, learn hands-on the things they do and the equipment they use, and network is amazing. My other favorite part is the group – the students were definitely lively and welcoming. We were all laughing on the first day.” Gloria Ngwa, Radio Camp ’23


“I got to learn about individual people and their experiences with law and their connection to their cultural identity. Throughout this camp I learned about how to use audio and learn to be a researcher and reporter. I haven’t had any lows this week – I see myself as a storyteller.” Douglas Buckanaga, Radio Camp ’23