Community Foundation sponsors a Neshaminy student podcast

The Neshaminy Coalition for Youth (NC4Y), a community-based group devot­ed to pro­mot­ing healthy lifestyles and pos­i­tive choic­es for young peo­ple, has announced the debut of a new pod­cast series, “Giving Youth a Voice.” The plan is to have Neshaminy School District stu­dents host each episode, gen­er­ate top­ics that are of inter­est to them and find com­mu­ni­ty lead­ers and pro­fes­sion­als that can answer their questions.

In the first episode, stu­dents from the Carl Sandburg MS SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) Club inter­viewed School Resource Officer Missy Robison and asked her ques­tions sub­mit­ted by the stu­dent body. They were inter­est­ed in how Officer Robison became a police offi­cer, what is con­sid­ered self-defense in Pennsylvania, how car chas­es are con­duct­ed and what are the lim­its, and what she con­sid­ered a career high­light (spoil­er alert: she described giv­ing CPR to a ven­dor at Oxford Valley Mall which saved his life).

An addi­tion­al episode will be post­ed in mid-March, and one episode per month after that. The pod­cast can be found at the web­site link below and on most major pod­cast apps and web­sites. The project is made pos­si­ble by fund­ing through the Bucks County Drug & Alcohol Commission, Inc.

LINKGiving Youth a Voice pod­cast website

Podcast recording
Carl Sandburg MS stu­dents record­ing their first podcast