Learn the basics of recording, editing and distributing a podcast. Learn about the different kinds of microphones that are available, what kind of room is the best to record in, and the basics of podcast outlining, formatting, and the free tools available to help you edit. By the end of this course, you will be ready will the skills you need to start podcasting yourself!
All supplies will be provided. If you would prefer to bring your own audio recorder or computer, please email learn@ahhaTulsa.org.
Jesse Ulrich has a long history of community engagement, marketing and event planning for nonprofits and businesses. In his non-profit career, he worked for a multitude of different organizations in different departments, which has allowed him to amass a wide range of diverse skills. In his volunteer capacity, he serves as the vice-chair of Move 918, an advocacy group for public transit, serves on the John Hope Franklin Center for Reconciliation Curriculum committee and their National Symposium Committee. He self taught himself how to host, produce and edit podcasts, first for fun, then for business. He hosted and launched the JewishBoston.com podcast (now called the Vibe of the Tribe podcast) and is currently working with James Inc as well as other Tulsa nonprofits on how to use podcasting as marketing and communication tool for the good work being down in Tulsa.
Thanks to the generosity of many donors, ahha Tulsa provides camp, class, and workshop scholarships to currently enrolled K–12 students with demonstrated financial need.
To apply for a scholarship for this program, please complete this form (do not complete registration at the link to the right). A letter of support from a caseworker or school counselor is required for consideration.
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Programs and dates are subject to change. Ahha Tulsa reserves the right to cancel programs due to low enrollment or other conflicts. If cancellation occurs, registered participants will be contacted by ahha staff and will be refunded the full tuition. If another session is available, we will be more than happy to transfer your enrollment to that session.
With inclement weather always possible, ahha reserves the right to close and cancel any scheduled classes and programs depending on severe weather conditions. If the ahha Hardesty Center is closed, a notice will be posted on our website. You may also call 918-584-3333 to confirm.
Beyond cancellations, no refunds or exchanges.