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Please note: KCRT is not accepting volunteers at this time.

KCRT Television
offers volunteer positions to residents of the East Bay. Many of the individuals have used their experiences at KCRT for jobs in the television business. Volunteers are the backbone to our productions. 



Here is the list of the former KCRT volunteers and summer youth employees:

Douglas Scott
 
DOUGLAS SCOTT
A KCRT volunteer who joined in January 2007. Douglas came to the station through his work on The Green Screen, a new entry on KCRT. The talented 20-year old's future goal is film editing.

 
Ben Gill BEN E. GILL
Benny joined KCRT in March 2004. He has worked on the Richmond City Council Meetings, the Richmond Planning Commission Meetings, The 2004 Election Night Results, and the various Standing Committee Meetings. Benny was also one of the play-by-play voice of the Comcast Game of the Week regional coverage. Outside of KCRT, he is a Youth Development Coordinator for Richmond PAL, as well as freelance news videographer.

 
David Ochoa DAVID OCHOA
A veteran in the TV industry since the ' 70s, David has been volunteering his time to assist in the productions of KCRT.  He has worked on numerous station programs, including Live Talk, Cinco de Mayo Festival, Sidewalks Entertainment, and all the meetings, where he has been the principal audio operator. David has been a strong and dedicated member of the KCRT family since 1995.
 
   


Here is the list of the some previous KCRT volunteers:

Harry Iha

HARRY I. IHA
Harry is a software developer with an interest in studio and live audio recordings.  He came to KCRT in March of 2001 to learn about video technology, contemplating a possible career change to television or motion picture production.  Should he decide to pursue a career in movies or television, the top spot on Harry’s wish list is to work for Paramount Pictures, either on post-production audio for dramatic television series, or as an engineer in their Sound Studio M.

No picture JUSTIN LANGSTON
Justin is a long-time member of the KCRT family, who helps on various projects, including the Music On The Main coverage and the various City of Richmond Meetings. Additionally, Justin works with the KCRT crew on High School Sports programming.

 
James Nelson

JAMES NELSON
A Bay Area native living in Richmond, James joined KCRT’s volunteer program in July of 2003. With a background in Applications Engineering, James came to KCRT hoping to put his computer skills to work in the television production industry. He has previously interned at KMVT, a public television station in Mountain View, CA where he gained valuable experience as a camera operator and studio technician. James is also very active in the local music scene. He’s part of the Pacific Wave Jazz Orchestra, a Bay Area jazz ensemble where he plays alto and soprano saxophones. At KCRT, James has worked on The Richmond City Council Meetings, Update, and National Night Out. Additionally, he has been shooting and editing some segments of Sidewalks Entertainment.

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No picture CHRIS MARTINEZ
Volunteered on the Richmond City Council Meetings.

 
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KWANZA GRAGGS
A production volunteer who started during the fall of 2004. Kwanza has worked on The Richmond City Council Meeting and KCRT's co-production of High School Sports.

 
Michelle Marquez MICHELLE MARQUEZ
Joined in 2004, a San Francisco State University student who is studying journalism and broadcasting. She was working on The Richmond City Council Meetings and other KCRT productions. Michelle, who wants to be a celebrity interviewer in the future, heard about KCRT via watching Sidewalks Entertainment, where she was getting the opportunity to appear in front of the camera as an interviewer.

 
Halema Dean HALEMA DEAN
Joined KCRT in June 2005 as a summer youth participant, eighteen year-old Halema is working with the station's office assistant performing data entry. She's going to college this fall. Her favorite TV show is Disney Channel's That's So Raven. Halema's future career goal is to be a pediatrician.

 
Larry Williams LARRY WILLIAMS
Joined KCRT in June 2005 as an Americorp Volunteer, Larry wants to learn all aspects of TV production. His first taste of production came during a Richmond Finance Standing Committee Meeting. He enjoys art and energy music.

 
Kiev Harris KIEV HARRIS
Began as a summer youth employee in June 2005, Kiev wants to learn non-linear editing. Future goals include opening two businesses: a dance studio and a recording studio.

 
Donnell Parker DONNELL PARKER
The Summer Youth volunteer joined the station in August 2002 and again in June 2005. At KCRT, he's learning how to operate the video equipment. His hobbies include listening to music and boxing.

Shereelynn Manlangit

SHEREELYNN MANLANGIT
The San Francisco State University alum was a valued contributor to the KCRT staff in 2003 and 2004. Working as crew member on The Richmond City Council Meetings and Sidewalks Entertainment, she reported, operated production equipment, and edited peices for both shows.  In addition, Shereelynn produced her own news segments of Update, where she reported on exciting Richmond city events; which included interviews with special city visitors such as Lynne Cheney, wife of Vice President Dick Cheney.  Today, Shereelynn is a Public Relations Specialist for a major weight-loss company, but still keeps KCRT near and dear to her heart.

 
Monica Calzada MONICA CALZADA
Monica, who joined KCRT's volunteer program in June, graduated with a B.A. in Radio and Television in Dec. 2002 from San Francisco State University. Besides working with the Richmond City Council production crew, Monica was getting on-air experience with Sidewalks Entertainment. Monica’s career goal is to be a television host on an entertainment or children’s show. Her hobbies are dancing, writing poetry, and watching movies.

Eboni Warnking EBONI WARNKING
Eboni worked on various KCRT projects, including the Richmond City Council Meetings. Eboni appeared on KCRT's Update series. She became one of the co-hosts on Sidewalks Entertainment.

 
Hisae Kanno HISAE KANNO
Born in Japan, Hisae Kanno is a 2001 summer volunteer at KCRT.  She's a computer engineer, who used to develop application software.  Hisae is interested in a web site development. "I didn’t have any chance to learn it [website] there," says Hisae. "I’d like to change my career. And so I came America to learn how to develop web site and to improve my English this January." At KCRT, she is working with KCRT's webmaster and experiencing some television production.

No picture LISA CRUZ
San Francisco State's Lisa Cruz was a 2002 intern at KCRT.  She was trained on the production equipment and working on various KCRT series, including Sidewalks Entertainment. Her career emphasis is video production.

Amber Boynton AMBER BOYNTON
Amber wants to work in media. The Summer Youth volunteer, who's planning to attend Clark Atlanta University, was learning how to edit segments and work with the video equipment.  Her hobbies are: talking on the phone, going to the mall and reading.

No picture MARSJA VARVES
Marsja was a 2002 volunteer at KCRT.  Her career goal is to be a news anchor/reporter for news. She was trained on the station's production equipment, where she produced, written and edited an Update story on a new DNA Lab in Richmond.

Musa Young MUSA YOUNG
Musa came to KCRT as a summer youth volunteer in June of 1998. After volunterring, the former Kennedy High School student decided to stay at KCRT and continue his training. At the station, he has worked on the Richmond City Council Meetings, The 1998 Multicultural Festival, and Sidewalks Entertainment. Musa was attending San Francisco State University with a major in film. His future goal is to be a film maker.

Bianca Montgomery BIANCA MONTGOMERY
College student Bianca Montgomery came to KCRT-TV in February of 2001 to get broadcasting experience. She is beginning her training on the production of the Richmond City Council Meetings and is learning non-linear editing. Bianca's future goal is to be a news anchor or the host of her own television show. 

Porscha Rogers PORSCHA ROGERS
First joined KCRT as a summer youth volunteer, Porscha has been with the station since 1996. She came to KCRT to learn video production for the experience. The El Cerrito High School student has worked on the Richmond City Council Meeting, Outlook, Live Talk, and other productions. Porscha's goal is to be in criminal law as a justice lawyer.

 

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