The new MPB Student Council is created to provide an outlet and opportunity for expression for Mississippi students.
MPB wants to hear the voice and ideas of the state’s student population. The Council is a diverse group of students who learn from each other, experience tremendous growth while learning about MPB programs and services, receive hands-on career training, and increase social skills.
MPB provides a plethora of opportunities to make their voices impactful in their communities, families, among peers, and towards Mississippi’s progress. MPB’s goal is for Council members to be successful and reach beyond their potential.
The Mississippi Public Broadcasting Student Council is a diverse group of middle and high school students in grades 8th-12th from across Mississippi. Students receive hands-on career training, increase social skills, and lend their voices to Mississippi’s progress.
Students actively serve as a liaison for MPB to their peers statewide. They champion the causes of many MPB projects, plan events, and create projects geared specifically to their unique generation using their distinct habits and expressions.
MPB Student Council members are responsible for sharing new knowledge from involvement in various aspects of the agency’s departments, programs, and services.
The link to apply is below.
Contact Jay Allen at [email protected]