Cherokee Youth in Radio is a program of the Cherokee Youth Center, Boys & Girls Club. Participation is primarily open to our high school members, with consideration given to highly motivated pre-teens. Younger youth center members will be eligible to participate as voice talent and radio theatre actors.
 Cherokee High School, Snowbird Youth Center and other tribally sponsored groups are eligible  to use the studio, free of charge, on a first-come, first served basis.   


  • Cherokee History & Culture

  • Team Building

  • Self Esteem

  • Communication Skills

  • Writing Skills

  • Scholastic Achievement

  • Scholarship Opportunities

  • Career Development


    For more information contact


    Radio Program News

    Starting March 4, 2006 and continuing each Saturday at 8:30a.m., listeners of WWCU-FM (Power 90.5) will be able hear Cherokee One Feather News, a program produced by Cherokee Youth in Radio.  The 30 minute broadcast will feature news articles printed in the One Feather newspaper, which will be narrated by Di-ka-lv-gv-i (Horizons Gifted) high school students participating in the Cherokee Youth in Radio program at the Cherokee Youth Center Boys & Girls Clubs.