The kNOw Fresno

We're Recruiting Youth to Support our The kNOw's Social Media Strategy! LEARN MORE

  • Stipend/Gift Card
  • School Credit
  • Community Service/Volunteer Hours
  • Authorship on Publications/Letters to the Editor
  • Transportation Reimbursement
  • Grant/Scholarship

Apply to join the kNOw youth media! LEARN MORE

  • Stipend/Gift Card
  • School Credit
  • Community Service/Volunteer Hours
  • Authorship on Publications/Letters to the Editor
  • Transportation Reimbursement
  • Grant/Scholarship

The kNOw Youth Media equips young people with media and storytelling skills to uplift their stories and the stories of their communities, amplifies youth voice through media partnerships and encourages civic engagement through community health reporting.

The kNOw has existed since 2006 and produces annual print publications, produces web content on a weekly basis, runs a Twitter, Facebook and Instagram account with relevant youth content and produces multimedia content year round.

Interested in Joining?

To learn more visit theknowfresno.org or contact Johnsen Del Rosario at [email protected] or Daniel Gonzalez at [email protected].

Latest Stories from The kNOw Fresno

Community Speaks Out Against Clovis Unified’s “Forced Outing” Policy

Kiera Kaiser (she/her/hers) | September 28, 2023
Community Health, Education, Journalists of Color, LGBTQ+, Politics
Members of the community gathered on Sept. 20 to speak out on Clovis Unified’s newly recognized set of rules regarding…

In Our Escape

Judith Flores (she/her) | September 27, 2023
Arts & Entertainment, Journalists of Color, Poetry

Youth group demands the phase out of all fossil fuels

Alexis Zuniga (she/her/hers) | September 25, 2023
Community Health, Environment, Politics
On September 16, youth-led climate change justice group, Fridays For Future, gathered on the cross streets of Blackstone and Nees…

Beyond the Classroom: The Importance of Ethnic Studies

Valeria Carrillo (she/her) | September 22, 2023
Culture & Identity, Education, Journalists of Color, Narrative, Politics
Ethnic studies curriculum has been a hot topic amongst those involved in Fresno Unified the past couple of years starting…

Los 3 Reyes: A Taste of Oaxaca in Fresno

Gloria Flores (she/her/hers) | September 18, 2023
Community, Culture & Identity, Economy, Journalists of Color
You might think that the only way to experience the authentic flavors of Oaxaca is to travel to Mexico, but…

The Beauty of Art

Aileth Aguilar (she/her/hers) | September 15, 2023
Arts & Entertainment, Narrative
Belonging can have a different meaning to everybody. It can mean being able to connect with other people who share…