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From Texarkana to Novotroitsk, the new anchor team comes together to produce the second season of Disability Partnership TV! See who they are and learn more about each student here!
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New season, new team! Curious about the eight high schoolers that will lead the next season of Youth TV Bridge and visit Moscow during the FIFA World Cup events? Find out who they are here.
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Nikita Kulikov, SEE's Youth TV Bridge season one participant, opens up about his experience working on this collaborative project and traveling to the Student Television Network Convention in the U.S. Read Nikita's full story in his blog!
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Learn more about Anna Khrebtova's life-changing experience as a participant of the US-Russia Youth TV Bridge project in her full blog.
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Enter SEE’s Annual 30-second Video Contest for a chance to join one of the production teams of our student television bridges! Produce a season (fall 2018 – spring 2019) of informational broadcasts with peers in Russia, and get a chance to travel to Russia during the 2018 FIFA World Cup!
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Lee Giat and two of his Cypress Bay High School classmates took part in the US-Russia Social Expertise Exchange’s (SEE) 30-second Video Contest announced at the Student Television Network (STN) Convention in Atlanta, Georgia, and won. Their reward consisted of being selected as the US anchors of the joint US-Russia Youth TV Bridge project, and traveling from Weston, Florida to Cheboksary, Russia to be the first US students to attend the Volga Encounters Youth Media Festival. Here is Lee’s personal story on how this trip launched his career.
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A group of elementary school students trudges through the woods and emerge onto the bank of a stream. One of the students grabs a long dipnet and submerges it in the creek while other students peer into the water. They are searching for crayfish, mayflies, nymphs cross-referencing information sheets and trying to identify the critters. While taking part in the collaborative project between Bard College’s Center for Civic Engagement and Astrakhan State University’s Ecology Squad student group, they are learning about the well-being of the natural world around them.
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John Goheen felt it was worth taking advantage of a SEE-supported opportunity for the benefit of both US and Russian media students: "Young people are the future of any country and it is a valued commodity to share knowledge and cultural exchanges. The more the world becomes a global neighborhood, the closer we all become and reap the benefits of having an understanding of one another." Read more of his reflections on his journey to Russia.