Young Friends of St. Louis Public Radio is now Generation Listen STL. We are an active group of young public radio listeners dedicated to furthering St. Louis Public Radio as a trusted source of information and entertainment that opens minds and nourishes the spirit.
Members with station leadership to create a more informed and engaged community of young professionals in the St. Louis area - one challenged and invigorated by a deeper understanding and appreciation of events, ideas and cultures.
Already a member of St. Louis Public Radio? Contact us to be added to the Young Friends
Membership (314) 516-7474
Our signature events include regular Public Radio On Tap discussions and MetroQuest, a combination scavenger hunt/trivia contest/pub crawl through the city. We also host a number of other events, including partnerships with other Young Friends groups and organizations.
Public Radio on Tap brings together young professionals in the St. Louis region who are seeking to learn something new, or stay on top of current news trends, in venues throughout the area to debate, discuss and converse over what makes St. Louis tick.
You can register for our Event Support Team, helping out in a variety of ways as your time allows, including:
NPR Generation Listen is a thoughtful project to connect millennial audiences with public radio and one another. Through intimate events and in-depth conversation, we are actively building a community of young NPR listeners who share our curiosity about the world, and our passion for creating a more informed and civically engaged public.
We believe a great story can change our day, connect our lives and broaden our world.
We are hungry for stories that encourage us to live imaginative, interesting lives as creative leaders, compassionate activists, and thoughtful critics. Stories that inspire us to be inspiring.
We are committed to preserving and reinvigorating the spirit of public radio.
We are Generation Listen. Find out more.
The YFLC is a place for people with a major passion for St. Louis Public Radio to come together, and with whatever resources fit them best, strive to create support for St. Louis Public Radio, both locally and nationally. YFLC members are chosen on the basis of their willingness to contribute their time, talent, and support.
Service as a board member is a one year commitment of approximately ten hours per month. The YFLC is the primary governing body of the Young Friends of St. Louis Public Radio and requires a serious commitment to leading the organization.
Since its inception in Fall 2010, the YFLC has concentrated its efforts on organizing events related to the mission of St. Louis Public Radio and partnering with organizations that share our commitment to fostering a flow of information and entertainment that opens minds and nourishes the spirit.