Our organization offers curriculum that teaches teens how to access, analyze and
evaluate media messages.
Our Biennial Teen Media Literacy Conference teaches teens how to create photo campaigns and PSAs.
Our curriculum and workshops equip teens with awareness to have a voice in their community through media.
This Fall I AM not the MEdia, Inc. has partnered with the North Carolina Humanities Council to offer a FREE virtual workshop series titled RE-CHARGED. Each virtual workshop provides the opportunity to learn, discuss, and create digital content that brings awareness to the critical discourse of today’s society. If you are interested in booking a free 1 hour program for your group, please submit your program request through this form.
Cyber Citizen Series
A Partnership with The NC Humanities Council, West Charlotte, West Mecklenburg and Zebulon B. Vance High School's 9th Grade AVID Program.
The Cyber Series
A Partnership with The Crown Jewels (NC) Chapter of The Links, Inc. and Phillip O. Berry High School's 9th Grade AVID Program.
In these 6 educational workshop series, teens learn about the media's influence on mental health, social media safety, digital citizenship cyberbullying and social media democracy/fake news. Teens are challenged to create photo campaigns with their peer groups that educate and spread awareness to other teens.
WBTV SOCIAL MEDIA INTERVIEW
Interview conducted April 2017 with Founder, Jimmeka Anderson and Operations Director,, Cassandra Alston, and TV/Radio Personality, Olympia D, during WBTV's Raising Brilliance segment that focused on the appropriate age to introduce youth to social media for parents.
SEEKING A PART TIME
1) At least 1 year Professional Administrative Experience
2) Extremely Organized
3) Reliable and Self Driven
3) Excellent Communicator
4) Proficient in Microsoft Office and Google Apps
SPONSORS & COMMUNITY PARTNERS
Considering I AM not the MEdia as a potential partner for your next community event? Email our Executive Director, Jimmeka Anderson, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are always in need of donations or in-kind support for our organization. We are always accepting digital devices for programming donations. Contact our organization at: to discuss in-kind donation opportunities or donate monetarily by clicking the button below.
Whether you are an adult seeking ways to get involved with educating teens about media literacy or a teen looking to gain volunteer hours, we have many opportunities available.