High School Radio Station Needs Your Help
May 16, 2012 at 3:53 AM (PT)
EVIT's "BAMM" Program trains students in broadcasting and provides valuable marketing skills that can be applied in public relations, advertising agencies, and mass media businesses. Involvement in operating and marketing "America’s #1 High School Radio Station" allows students opportunities not available at any other technical high school in the U.S.
Now, your help is needed to raise $8,000-$10,000 to cover summer school tuition for 100 radio students in PHOENIX METRO area. Chief Relationship Officer DIANE BONILLA tells ALL ACCESS she is "looking for individuals, entrepreneurs or companies with potential to quickly write 501(c)(3) donations to THE EAST VALLEY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (EVIT). This will cover tuition cost for 100 students in THE PHOENIX METRO AREA to attend our summer school's Broadcast Audio Production and Media Marketing Program at no cost to them. The cost is approximately $100.00 per student and this program is open to any student entering 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th grade in any high school or students just graduating this year. Students will get half elective credit for high school for each session."