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  • Who is NuWave Community Media?
    Your Trusted Media and Marketing source for a fast-changing digital world. Media, Technology, and Marketing messages are at the center of our lives every day. New generations from a young age are using technology at home and at school to connect with friends and family, document their lives by creating digital content of their own, and find resources to meet personal goals and information to support their education. With more and more of life happening online, NuWave bridges the gap by educating the community in reporting information ethically, thinking critically about the messages we read, see, and hear, and giving us the chance to make informed decisions on choosing information valuable to us. ​ An understanding of new media and how it influences us promotes informed behavior and combats the spread of misinformation and disinformation.
  • How can I get involved in the organization’s mission?
    You have several ways to support our programs: donate and encourage others to do the same, help us spread the word about who we are and how we can support, volunteer to help grow and shape our strategy, programs, and team, or become a guest on one of NuWave's podcast programs. Follow us on social media, share, like, and subscribe to our podcasts, and engage with our community by sharing and interacting with our social media posts. Additionally, add yourself to our email mailing list and encourage others to do the same. Feel free to share our Spotify link to shows that resonate with you, helping us reach a wider audience.
  • What age group do you impact?
    Our programs cater to a diverse range of age groups within the community. While our student program primarily targets individuals aged 12-24, we are fully prepared to support students of all ages, backgrounds, and situations. Our overarching aim is to equip them with the necessary knowledge, attitudes, and skills to pave the way for healthy and successful futures. Furthermore, given that social media knows no boundaries, it is imperative that we join forces to cultivate awareness, combat negativity, and foster a supportive online community. Together, we have the power to construct a network of individuals committed to championing positivity and empathy in the digital sphere.
  • Are your programs offered remotely?
    Yes! Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we quickly adapted our program offerings to meet the needs of in-person and virtual learning. Please contact us today at to learn more about our remote program options.
  • Are you a 501(c)(3) nonprofit?
    YES, we are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 2022. Our tax ID is 88-2571922
  • How can I make a donation to your organization?
    There are several ways you can donate to NuWave to support community media. The most common ways are using any major credit or debit card (VISA, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express), using PayPal, bank transfer, and Amazon. Other ways to contribute, include setting up an automatic monthly gift, check, money order, and/or payroll deduction. To donate click here.
  • What is your donor privacy policy?
    We are committed to protecting the privacy rights of our supporters and will never sell, trade, or rent your nonpublic personal information.
  • How can I partner with your organization?
    To partner with our organization, please reach out to us at We can schedule virtual meetings to delve deeper into our mission, current services, and how we can best support your needs. During these discussions, we'll work together to devise a collaboration plan tailored to your requirements. If the partnership aligns with our goals, we'll proceed to execute a partnership agreement. Additionally, we'll offer support in various aspects including training, marketing materials, coaching, implementation, and ongoing assistance to ensure our partnership thrives.
  • What is the process for considerations in the student intern program?
    Internships allow students the opportunity to apply their knowledge and skills in a professional setting while still in school. Our internship program offers carefully planned and monitored work experience with the goal being to gain additional knowledge from on-the-job exposure. The internship program may fall under your school's educational program in which students can earn academic credits from their high school/college educational institutions. Students must first check with their department for college/department qualifications and requirements on academic credit. Internships may be arranged independently from their educational institution in which students would gain work experience only. Please visit our internship page to learn more about student opportunities and requirements. ​ To apply, prepare your resume, cover letter, include direct LinkedIn link, and send it to:
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