An Overview of What Youth Do at the Media Center

Learn various production skills as you participate in reporting on local events. As a Media Intern, you’ll be working with our staff and receive hands-on training and real-time hands-on experience as you help to tell the stories of your community. Depending on your interest, you can learn everything from how to use a camera to operating our mobile studio. You’ll learn about producing, directing, engineering, editing, and more. In addition, you will have the opportunity to work in news and/or sports broadcasting.

Join us for a month, a semester, or more.

Want to get your daily M-A news?  The Menlo-Atherton broadcasting class airs on local channel 28 every Monday, Tuesday, and Friday from 10:50am-11:05am.  Check it out and support these young broadcasters!
It's the winter sports season again, and MC Sports is back in action!  We are kicking off the season by covering the highly anticipated Gunn vs. Paly boys and girls varsity basketball games on January 18th.  The teams are playing at Gunn High School this year.  Don't miss the game!  We will be broadcasting live…
Our interns were back in the studio this month, continuing their series on black excellence.  In this episode, Nyla Choates interviews Kayla Choates about attending an HBCU vs a PWI; and Jermell Keys discusses becoming an entrepreneur. Check it out:
MC Sports Broadcasting ended the fall football season by covering an extremely close match up between Menlo-Atherton and Sacred Heart.  It was Homecoming for the Bears, and the crowd's energy certainly reflected the excitement of the night!
MC Sports teamed up with the MC Youth TV Crew, and created the September episode of MC Sports presents.  Check it out here: